Re: 64-bit to 32-bit standby

It is the oracle 32bit/64bit that matters, not the OS.


On Wed, 2 Feb 2005 11:17:16 +0200, Nicolai Tufar <ntufar@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> "Getting Started With Data Guard" document states the following:
> <<The hardware and operating system architecture on the primary and
> standby locations must be the same. For example, this means a Data
> Guard configuration with a primary database on a 32-bit Sun system
> must have a standby database that is configured on a 32-bit Sun
> system. Similarly, a primary database on a 64-bit HP-UX system must be
> configured with a standby database on a 64-bit HP-UX system, and a
> primary database on a 32-bit Linux on Intel system must be configured
> with a standby database on a 32-bit Linux on Intel system, and so
> forth.>>
> 
> We have a standby database configuration working with two Xeon
> servers. Next week
> we upgrade the master to IBM xSeries 226 which has Intel Xeon EM64T, i.e. 
> AMD's
> Opteron kind of 64-bitness but slave will remain the same. Apparently we can 
> not
> just slap Redhat 64-bit and Oracle for Linux 64 bit and expect standby
> database to
> accept master's archivelogs. So Oracle need to be 32-bit.
> 
> My question is, can master be Xeon EM64T, Redhat 64-bit, Oracle 32-bit
> and standby: Xeon, Redhat 32-bit, Oracle 32 bit? Have someone tried
> it? What were the results?
> 
> Best regards,
> Nicolai
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