Three New 64-Bit Database Tier Certifications for Apps 11i

[Feb 21, 2008 Update:  Corrected introduction from R12 to 11i.  Argh...]

Three new 64-bit database tier only certifications are now available for E-Business Suite Release 11i:  Oracle Enterprise Linux 5, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, and Sun Solaris.

These database tier-only certifications -- also called split configurations in Release 11i -- cover configurations where E-Business Suite database and application tier servers are running on different operating system platforms.  Here are the details:

Prerequisites

  • E-Business Suite Release 11i 11.5.9 CU2 or 11.5.10.2
  • Oracle Database Server 10gR2 version 10.2.0.3
Newly-Certified Platforms
  • Sun Solaris x64
  • Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 (64-bit) on x86-64 architectures
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (64-bit) on x86-64 architectures
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Comments:

Jorge,Oops.  What a difference a single keystroke makes.  Thanks for catching that typo.  All references to Linux 6 removed now. ;-)Regards,Steven

Posted by Steven Chan on February 20, 2008 at 04:49 AM PST #

Hello there
I gasped when i read "Oracle Enterprise Linux 6", but you corrected it in the second bullet.
Besides that, kudos for the effort.
JL

Posted by Jorge Suarez on February 20, 2008 at 06:38 AM PST #

Hello Steven,
We're currently on 11.5.10.2/DB 10.2.0.3 on RH Linux 4.0. We are in the process of upgrading to RH Linux 4.0 64-bit for the Database Server. Are there any compelling reasons to consider RH Linux 5.0?

Thanks,
Sriram

Posted by Sriram on February 20, 2008 at 10:55 AM PST #

Hi Steven, I sense some confusion here. in the title you mention 11i, then in the article R12, but as prereqs it's again 11i ?

Posted by Marc De Weerdt on February 20, 2008 at 07:30 PM PST #

Hi, Sriram,

Sorry for the delay in responding; I've been abroad for the last five weeks.

I circulated your original query internally. This bounced around our various Linux and platforms engineering teams. The upshot of these discussions was that there appeared to be few *functional* reasons to upgrade, but thatthe primary motivation for upgrading to the latest version would be to stay current for support reasons (i.e. avoid falling outside of the support window).

Regards,
Steven

Posted by Steven Chan on April 02, 2008 at 09:38 AM PDT #

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