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    Question Oracle 9i + Linux AS 4.0 (64bit) + HP Itanium Based Server

    Hi,

    We are proposing to install Oracle 9i on 64 bit Redhat Linux Enterprise version, Advance Server (AS) 4.0. The hardware is HP itanium Server.

    Now the equation is like this:

    Oracle 9i + RedHat Linux AS 4.0 (64 bit) + HP Itanium Server.

    We would like to know about the following:
    1. Any stability issues in future in the above combination of software and hardware.
    2. Any performance issues if Oracle 9i runs on 64bit Linux specifically on a HP itanium based server.
    3. Any memory constraints in using above combination of software and hardware.
    3. Any known pitfals using the above combo on HP Itanium based server from database point of view.


    The database size is roughly 500 GB.

    Thanks.

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    How many processors in your server do u have?
    And Take one statspack report of your database to check the performance of your database. It will give you clear picture.

    And set your datafile to proper place so I/O contention should be less.

    Dhaval

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    9iR2 on 64 Bits is not certified with RH 4, only RH 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by pando
    9iR2 on 64 Bits is not certified with RH 4, only RH 3
    Thanks Pando.

    Can you guide me to any reference on web which mentions that 9iR2 on 64 Bits is not certified with RH 4? Would be very helpful in giving a proper reply to my seniors.

    Regards.

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    certify and availability tab from metalink or from otn

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    It's not certified right now, however it's projected but so it might or moght not be certified in the near future

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