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Hi, Does anyone have experience on running Oracle Application Server 4.0.8.1 on a server with Pentium 4 processors, i.e. is it even possible? Any info would be appreciated. Regards Erno...

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    Default OAS 4.0.8.1 and Pentium 4

    Hi,

    Does anyone have experience on running Oracle Application Server 4.0.8.1
    on a server with Pentium 4 processors, i.e. is it even possible? Any
    info would be appreciated.

    Regards
    Erno

    Erno Guest

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    Erno wrote:
     
    No experience, but why shouldn't it? Apart from that - why use the
    old monster? 9iAS Rel1 is much easier on the memory

    --
    Regards, Frank van Bortel

    Frank Guest

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    Frank wrote:
     
    > No experience, but why shouldn't it? Apart from that - why use the
    > old monster? 9iAS Rel1 is much easier on the memory
    >
    > --
    > Regards, Frank van Bortel[/ref]

    There was a case in Metalink where customer was running Oracle 9iAS 1.0.2.0.0
    on P4 machine and was not able to start up http server. He was advised to
    upgrade to version 1.0.2.2.2a as version 1.0.2 "was not designed to run on
    pentium 4 machines". That's why I was wondering if someone has some
    experiences on 4.0.8.1.

    Unfortunately going for 9iAS is out of the question at the moment.

    Regards
    Erno

    Erno Guest

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    Default Re: OAS 4.0.8.1 and Pentium 4

    Cannot answer your question specifically. But the problem will relate
    to java components as older Java software had a problem on the Pentium4
    (relating to the Symantec JIT that is included in the Sun Java distros),
    AFAIK there are no other issues with Oracle & Pentium4.

    You may be able to work around this by installing the latest patch
    software for OAS which may include the fix or another manual workaround
    for the Java / Pentium4 issue was to delete the JIT file (symcjit).

    Erno wrote:
     

    KevJohnP Guest

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    Erno wrote: 
    >>
    >>No experience, but why shouldn't it? Apart from that - why use the
    >>old monster? 9iAS Rel1 is much easier on the memory
    >>
    >>--
    >>Regards, Frank van Bortel[/ref]
    >
    >
    > There was a case in Metalink where customer was running Oracle 9iAS 1.0.2.0.0
    > on P4 machine and was not able to start up http server. He was advised to
    > upgrade to version 1.0.2.2.2a as version 1.0.2 "was not designed to run on
    > pentium 4 machines". That's why I was wondering if someone has some
    > experiences on 4.0.8.1.
    >
    > Unfortunately going for 9iAS is out of the question at the moment.
    >
    > Regards
    > Erno
    >[/ref]
    Ah - that would be the simjit-PIV bug - Java is included in 9iAS.
    There are workaround for that - you can disable the just-in-time
    compiler alltogether, for one.
    And this case would use Portal and SSO - you did not tell what you
    wanted - if it's just the modplsql, there are versions and
    lookalikes in the freeware circuit as well.
    --
    Regards, Frank van Bortel

    Frank Guest

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