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Re: oracle standard vs oracle enterprise

From: Eddie Wedensworth <auto3545_at_hushmail.com>
Date: 23 Apr 2004 13:52:30 -0700
Message-ID: <9d76f9da.0404231252.1efd0a90@posting.google.com>


"Terry Dykstra" <dontreply_tddykstra_at_forestoil.ca.x> wrote in message news:<P6aic.6656$w63.2933_at_edtnps89>...
> With 10g there is a new entry-level version that is licensed for a single
> processor box.
>
> --
> Terry Dykstra
> Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.
> <sybrandb_at_yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:a1d154f4.0404230639.cfaba82_at_posting.google.com...
> > "gigg" <giorgior2003_at_tiscali.it> wrote in message
> news:<c6ap8c$22j$1_at_fata.cs.interbusiness.it>...
> > > i heard that the most important different between oracle standard server
> and
> > > oracle enterprise server is that the second supports more than two
> processor
> > > (on a sun machine for example, the one i have).
> > > is it true?
> >
> > No, it is not true. The second one has
> > - much more features
> > - supports more than 4 processors
> > (standard supports up to 4 processors, but doesn't have the special
> > software to distribute queries)
> >
> > If you consider the number of processors supported the most import
> > difference
> > visit http://otn.oracle.com and look and the 'Family of database
> > products' paper yourself.
> >
> > Sybrand Bakker
> > Senior Oracle DBA

Does the standard edition have a memory maximum limitation the way SQL Server Standard versus Enterprise does? (SQL Standard tops out at 2 Gigs). I'm considering this on a largish-WinTel box... Received on Fri Apr 23 2004 - 15:52:30 CDT

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