Oracle8i+Win2000 Advanced server+6GB SGA?
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  1. #1
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    Hi all.
    Our platform :
    Compaq proliant 7000 , PentiumII zeon 500MH(4cpu)
    8GB memory. Windows 2000 Advanced server.
    Oracle8.1.6.0.0 EE.
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    "Microsoft is providing PAE support in the Windows 2000 kernel. "
    " Microsoft's implementation of PAE allows the operating system kernel to automatically take full advantage of all available physical memory, including memory above 4 GB (up to 64 GB in Datacenter and 8GB in advanced server) for existing applications. "
    "Microsoft has implemented a new application programming interface (API), called Address Windowing Extensions (AWE), which will enable software developers to take fuller advantage of PAE. "
    Microsoft documents.
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    Can anybody tell me , does oracle8i use AWE for win2000 servers(for PAE support) and how?
    I want 6GB SGA for our server.

    sorry for my English...
    best regards.

  2. #2
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    Oracle 8i (8.1.7 EE) supports more than 4GB SGA on Windows 2000.

    For more details read the Oracle 8i Enterprise Edition Release Notes for Windows 2000.

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    Hi ATHER.
    Thanks for reply.
    Can you(or anybody) tell me URL of :
    "Oracle 8i Enterprise Edition Release Notes for Windows 2000."

    Best Regards.



  4. #4
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    Hi all.
    I find it:
    http://otn.oracle.com/docs/products/...tes_nt_817.pdf
    Oracle use AWE for oracle8i(8.1.7) for window2000.

    Best Regards.

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