Re: Run 32-bit and 64-bit listener at the same time on W3K 64-bit
Date: Sat, 23 Jan 2010 11:25:55 +0100
> On Jan 20, 7:07 pm, "Terry Dykstra" <tddyks..._at_forestoil.ca> wrote:
>> I have Oracle 10.2.0.4-64 bit running on W3K-64-bit. >> Now I need to run a 32-bit 188.8.131.52 (yes I know, ouch) on this box. I cannot >> get the listener to work. I use batch file to specifically point to the 9.2 >> environment, but for some reason it points to the 64-bit version. >> Any clues? >>
> Regarding the database server software, running 32 bit Oracle database
> server software on a 64 bit OS is not supported.
> That's a good enough stopping condition for me.
> You need to run the 32 bit software on a 32 bit OS, be it on a
> physical or virtual server.
C'mon! No need for VM's!
Any idea how much 16-bit applications still run under MS Windows?!? Don't you think Microsoft emulates that, just like any OS vendor/producer?
_at_Terry: Vladimir is correct; apart from that: it is good practice to run the highest version of a utility (RMAN/listener/imp/exp).
Of course, if you would insist on a 9.2 listener: it can be done.
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