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Unix Solaris Oracle & Sybase

By Ron Navon ·
Dear Sir,

1) I have a Unix Solaris Machine Ver 2.51.

2) I have Oracle 8.0 and Sybase 11 also.

3) I have to know, is it possible to install Oracle and Sybase on the same machine and work with them simultanusly on the different data.?

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by insatiable In reply to Unix Solaris Oracle & Syb ...

Ouch! This is possible... I haven't used Sybase 11 yet ... but I've had both Oracle and Sybase installed on 2.5.1. Sybase was the primary database and Oracle was the one we were developing.
One thing you'll need to be careful about is the cache/RAM available to run both of these databases.
If one of the databases hangs on the client, it might hold the other database hostage!!

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by Ron Navon In reply to Unix Solaris Oracle & Syb ...
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Yes, but I wouldn't take the risk of different applications running on the same machine. The resources (memory, disk contention, paging/swapping) will become a problem.

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by Ron Navon In reply to Unix Solaris Oracle & Syb ...
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by haral In reply to Unix Solaris Oracle & Syb ...

Yes, you can run both simultaneously with different data assuming that your machine can support
the resource requirements for both databases. Both databases will need their own database
disk space and both will place cache and shared memory demands on your machine.

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