Thursday Nov 26, 2009

Oracle rdbms 11gR2 available for Solaris x86-64

Oracle Database 11g R2 is available for Solaris x86-64. It an be downloaded from:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/database/index.html

So I'll be installing it on my laptop shortly.

Monday Sep 25, 2006

Oracle 10g Release 2 for Solaris x86 32 bit

At last, Oracle has released the 32 bit version of 10g Rel 2 for those like me who don't have an Athlon64 in their laptop. Just head over to Technet and you'll find it in the downloads section (for those who have never been before, it requires you to register, but it's free.):

http://technet.oracle.com

Monday Mar 27, 2006

Oracle x86 10gR2 released

Oracle have release 10g rel 2 for 64 bit x86, the download images can be found at:

http://www.oracle.com/technology/software/products/database/oracle10g/index.html

Now, if only my laptop had a 64 bit cpu :-<.

Wednesday Nov 16, 2005

Oracle selects Solaris

Hot off the press:

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/051115/sftu132.html?.v=24

Oracle is going to use Solaris x86 as it's prefered open source 64bit development environment so I presume there will be no more waiting around for the lastest versions to be available for Solaris x86.

Tuesday May 17, 2005

Oracle 10g on Solaris10

Sorry for the long hiatus things have been very busy. Good to see that the official certifications for Solaris 10 now lists 9iR2 and 10gR1 (with 10gR2 to come.) For those who want all the details just check Metalink it's all listed there. That and the announcement about Sybase including support for x64, ie this probably means I need a bigger laptop :->

Tuesday Jul 27, 2004

Sybase 12.5.2 available for x86

The Sybase 12.5.2 developer's version is now available for Solaris x86 at the URL http://www.sybase.com/ase_1252devel click here and the new features are listed in the FAQ at http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1029512 click here

Monday Jul 26, 2004

10G on Solaris x86

Well, I installed it on Sunday evening and everything worked as expected. I installed on Solaris10 which it isn't certified for (of course as Solaris10 isn't released) but everything appeared to work as expected. For anyone else who wants to try you need to use the parameter:

/cdrom/cdrom0/runInstaller -ignoreSysPrereqs
to make the installer ignore the fact you aren't installing on one of the supported Solaris versions (don't forget to set your "shmsys:shminfo_shmmax" parameter in /etc/system for the shared memory.

Saturday Jul 24, 2004

Oracle 10G for Solaris x86

It's finally arrived, it's available from OTN at:

http://otn.oracle.com/software/products/database/oracle10g/index.html
Note, you need to register for OTN (Oracle Technology Network) if you haven't already, but don't worry it's free.

I hadn't been expecting it until August 16, but it seems they came up with the goods faster than expected. It's listed as a deveoper's release but it's the newer 10.1.0.3. I'll download and test it over the weekend (my wife will be so happy about that :->)

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