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Oracle 9i on windows 2003 server

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Hi,

We have right now 5 oracle databases for different applications running on an AIX box and it is running pretty well. We are using oracle 8.7.1.4.
Because some of these applications needs to upgrade to oracle 9i, and on our AIX box (a 32-bit machine) we can not run oracle 9i (requires an 64-bit machine).
We are now exploring to go to a windows 2003 server with our 5 different oracle databases or move to an other AIX box which is a 64-bit machine.
My question is what should be the best decision to take, taking in considerations ,security,performance,availability and continuity measures .

Mario
Oct 3 '06 #1
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What kinda databases are we talking about here? OLTP, Data warehouses?
High avaibility requirements? RAC? storage? One of the bigest issues with Win2003 is the 2-4GB memory settings. Multi proc dual core systems?
Oct 6 '06 #2

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[quote=arg]What kinda databases are we talking about here? OLTP, Data warehouses?
High avaibility requirements? RAC? storage? One of the bigest issues with Win2003 is the 2-4GB memory settings. Multi proc dual core systems?[/QUOTE


We have OLTP db and what is the issue of the win2003 2-4 GB memory settings ?]
Mar 15 '07 #3

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