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Re: starting oracle with solaris project

From: Jay G. Scott <>
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 16:29:31 +0000 (UTC)
Message-ID: <f7lf5b$385$>

In article <>, DA Morgan <> wrote:
>Wolfgang wrote:
>> DA Morgan schrieb:
>>> Wolfgang wrote:
>>>> i want to start serveral database under resource control, every
>>>> instance with a different solaris project.
>>>> the problem is we use a shared listener. is there a way to configure
>>>> the instance with a project, so the listener start all client
>>>> processes in a project according the project of the instance and not
>>>> the project of the listener?
>>>> thanks
>>>> Wolfgang
>>> If you are contemplating using 10g containers ... check with metalink to
>>> see if you will be supported. Last time I looked they were a really bad
>>> idea.
>> i want use solaris projects, for every instance one project. It is not a
>> problem with a dedicated listener for every oracle instance, then i can
>> start the listener with a project. but a shared listener forks the
>> clients under his own project.
>> i hear the first time about 10g containers, but am not a oracle admin
>> and nevertheless i want to have control over the processes if possible.
>> is there a possibility to call somthing like pre or post-scripts when
>> forcing a client process from listeners?
>> Thanks
>> Wolfgang
>There is no such thing as "10g containers" and unless my google searches
>are having a problem with such a common phrase there is no such thing as
>"Solaris projects" either. Are you sure you are not referring to Solaris
>10 Containers? If so they are not truly supported by Oracle and you are
>setting yourself up for lots of pain and suffering.

ahhh.... if we're talking about the same thing and not just the same words... putting oracle db and at least certain bits of the app server are certified to work in solaris zones (nee containers), and i have done that. i didn't have any issues putting them in zones which were different from putting them on an ordinary solaris 9 machine, for example.


>If there is something called "Solaris Projects" please provide a link as
>I would like to learn what they are. Thanks.
>Daniel A. Morgan
>University of Washington
> (replace x with u to respond)
>Puget Sound Oracle Users Group

Jay Scott		512-835-3553
Head of Sun Support, Sr. Operating Systems Specialist
Applied Research Labs, Computer Science Div.                   S224
University of Texas at Austin
Received on Wed Jul 18 2007 - 11:29:31 CDT

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