Re: Oracle on Windows vs Solaris or Linux ?
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 22:24:54 +0100
"Frank van Bortel" <frank.van.bortel_at_gmail.com> schreef in bericht
> bdbafh wrote:
>> On Mar 17, 4:36 pm, Frank van Bortel <frank.van.bor..._at_gmail.com> >> wrote: >>> Arch wrote: >>>> On Wed, 12 Mar 2008 17:25:49 -0000, "Tony Rogerson" >>>> <tonyroger..._at_torver.net> wrote: >>>> [snip] >>>>> The biggest benefit of Windows Server 2008 is it's virtualisation and >>>>> in >>>>> addtion the Hyper V stuff that will RTM in a few months time - it's >>>>> going to >>>>> kick hell out of VMWare. >>>> That's assuming they get the virtualization working. >>> OK - MicroSoft Windows 2008 server is out of the advisory list >>> for my customers... Virtualization == !Oracle support... >>> >>> -- >>> >>> Regards, >>> Frank van Bortel >>> >>> Top-posting in UseNet newsgroups is one way to shut me up >> >> A thread in the Forums on Metalink requesting info on this subject was >> closed out yesterday with no useful information being reported. >> >> (Oracle) Support doesn't know or isn't providing the information yet. >> >> -bdbafh
> Just had a customers SR closed because of HP UX virtualization
> was being used - be warned: iAS 10.1.3 opmn does go bezerk.
> Comment was Support would consider looking into the issue once
> we could reproduce on non-virtualized machinery. Which is, and
> has always been the standpoint.
> Frank van Bortel
> Top-posting in UseNet newsgroups is one way to shut me up
Maybe adding a line with the virtual ip-address to opmn.xml may work. Have
seen this on other vm's as well, as with virtual host naming in Oracle
Does HP-UX still virtualize through 'encapsulation' ? I'm not too up-to-date with HP-UX virtualization, but still remember that ip-ports are shared among VM's, which did gave conflicts in the past.
Shakespeare Received on Tue Mar 18 2008 - 16:24:54 CDT