Re: Installing MS-SQL and Oracle into a same server
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2007 14:13:21 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 4, 12:56 pm, DA Morgan <damor..._at_psoug.org> wrote:
> Preston wrote:
> > DA Morgan wrote:
> >> Preston wrote:
> >>> Contrary to what Daniel says, your requirement is entirely feasible,
> >>> *depending* on usage. I mainly deal with very small companies
> >>> (typically fewer than 10 users)
> >> That pretty much says it all doesn't it.
> >> You might want to reconsider your point of disagreement since you have
> >> no idea the size of the OP's organization.
> > Err... neither do you - which was my point. Which is why I emphasised
> > 'depending on usage'.
> >> I know hot dog stands that employ more than 10 people.
Yeah, I can just see it, overclocked 3GHz processors frying dogs... :-)
> > And? I know you struggle with people disagreeing with you, but are the
> > childish put-downs really necessary? I was merely stating the fact that
> > there are numerous small companies surviving quite happily with
> > multi-function servers, so to claim that thinking about doing the same
> > is crazy is obviously incorrect, without knowing anything about the
> > usage.
> > Besides, I said '10 users' [of our system], not '10 people'.
> The intent was not a put down. But the reality of the size organization
> that is a typical Oracle customer is just a bit larger than 10 connected
> At $40K list price per CPU for EE versus the cost per named user the
> math is reasonably simple. Try it for SE too if you wish.
And try it for XE.
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