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    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me what the minimum recommended hardware configuration will be for Oracle 9i Enterprise Edition on an Intel machine for NT/2000, Linux and Solaris?

    TIA
    Gerry

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    well itīs not even out yet....

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    hi

    For linux software requirements
    Linux Intel
    Linux Kernel 2.2.14 or later, glibc 2.1.3

    JDK 1.1.8 and 1.2.2

    XFree86 Development 3.3.3.1 or later

    Open Motif 2.1.30


    Note: For JDK 1.2.2 on Red Hat 6.0 systems, install the following rpms:

    glibc-2.1.3-21.i386.rpm

    glibc-devel-2.1.3-21.i386.rpm

    For solaris
    Solaris 2.7

    JDK 1.1.8 and 1.2.2

    OS Patches:

    11/99 patchset,

    106981-10,

    106542-09

    The following table contains hardware requirements for Oracle9i Application Server

    linux & solaris
    256 MB ram
    512 MB swap space
    cd-rom
    http server requiores 300Mb

    databse std edition 2G
    enterprise edition 3.25G

    CPU pentium PRo

    hth
    hrishy

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    Hrishy,

    Thanks for that info.

    Pando,

    Maybe you should read the question before you give unhelpful answers. I asked what the hardware configuration '....will be...'. Or do you think that Oracle are releasing it next month with no idea what hardware configuration is required???

    Gerry

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    Hi gerry

    we should not be harsh with pando oracle9i is not yet released and hence he si justified in his comments.what orcale suggests is just an indicator.dont take what is there in the manuals for granted i know many people here pando also beleive me folks HERE ARE MANY TIMES BETTER THEN ORACLE SUPPORT.


    regards
    hrishy

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    Oracle9i Application Server is not Oracle9i Database, the requirements can be given by a Oracle9i Beta Tester, anyway Beta is only for Solaris and HP, not Linux, nor Windows.
    Ramon Caballero, DBA, rcaballe@yahoo.com

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    Well I dont know if you meant the application server or the database server?

    anyway if it was database I still say itīs not even out yet
    if you meant application server you can find these informations on technet.oracle.com

    Originally posted by millerg
    Or do you think that Oracle are releasing it next month with no idea what hardware configuration is required???

    Gerry
    Obviously they know otherwise how the heck are they gonna test? But do you think these informations are public?

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    Hi

    Oracle 9i is available for linux.............hp-ux ibm-aix sun solaris and as well as win nt/2000 i am not aware of other platforms...............


    regards
    hrishy

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    Are you sure?? I was under the impression that 9i would only be unleashed in the June 14 2001 Berlin conference.

    If it was available, what is the place/URL you got it from.

    Curious...
    Sam
    Thanx
    Sam



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    Oracle 9i Database Server is still in Beta-test fase, and is only available on Solaris.
    You cannot get it from Oracle unless you're a Beta-Test-site.

    Regards
    Gert

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