I want to install Oracle Database (Server) on a CentOS 5 server and then access Oracle Database from Windows workstation (with Oracle Client installed). Does anyone have any idea ? Thank you!
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I have an asp.net 4.o application running on window server 2008 and a oracle 11G database server running on linux.
There is two database server with same virtual ip.
Recently some how one database server went down and another database server starting working.
Every thing went perfectly on database server site with small problem of oracle listener
But on my application server memory start increasi
I have Oracle 10g R1 installed on Windows Server 2003. I have two instances of databases. These databases were running and these two databases have backup and archive log was active for both. The OS went down, after the OS has been repaired/recovered, Oracle 10g database does not work and its services does not available in OS services location. Could any one help me to solve this problem.
I've setup a handful of CentOS 5.6 servers with Oracle 11gR2 and not run into this particular problem, but I have hit a wall with CentOS 6.3 and auto-starting Oracle. Not sure if this is related to the newer release of CentOS or me having a PEBKAC moment, but I need a hand.
I've got a working install of Oracle 11gR2 on CentOS 6.3. It runs and is functional.
I'm in the process of downloading Oracle database 11g to install and configure on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5 (64-bit) & I've checked the system requirements page for Linux x86_64 however I don't know what packages are required to install the database engine on Red Hat.
I'm planning on moving my fileserver and database server(centOS + oracle 10g) into a single physical server running ESXi. The database server basically runs an accounting program and would run an instance of oracle 10g to parse admin data from the accounting app (old accounting app in cobol).
If you are running Oracle database on your environment, and having some performance issues because of memory, you may have to look at the swap space configured on your system. For Oracle 11g database, the following is the recommendation from Oracle in terms of how much space space you should add.