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oracle on linux and windows on the computer

Hi,
I have a laptop with Redhat 9 and Windows 2000. I've installed Oracle
on both OS. I'm thinking of it's possible to have the same phisical
database. I have a FAT32 partition where I'm intendig to place the
database's files. Is this possible or do I have to create the same
database twice?.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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taro_ch wrote:
Hi,
I have a laptop with Redhat 9 and Windows 2000. I've installed Oracle
on both OS. I'm thinking of it's possible to have the same phisical
database. I have a FAT32 partition where I'm intendig to place the
database's files. Is this possible or do I have to create the same
database twice?.

Yup - or can you garantuee the linux engine is exactly the same as the
Win version?!?
Datafiles are NOT compatible over platforms - EXPort file are

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Regards, Frank van Bortel

Jul 19 '05 #2

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