Re: ASM platform availability?

There is no such list because ASM is part of the database.  If the database is 
supported on the platform in question, ASM will use the same write to disk 
mechanism that the database does.  Bottom line - if the database is certified 
then so too is ASM.
Now if you were talking of multi-pathing capabilites or such, that's a 
different issue.

Pete

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Hi, 

Another year has passed and I'm curious if anyone knows the answer to
your question, yet?

Regards,

Mike Thomas


On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 18:00:12 -0700, tim <tim@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
...
> Anyway, I was hoping that someone had found a super-secret magical list of
> supported platforms for ASM that isn't found in the usual place on MetaLink?
> Or perhaps there's someone on this list who knows?  Or someone on this list
> knows someone who knows?
> 
> > > There doesn't seem to be any mention of ASM on MetaLink's "Certify And
> > > Availability" pages.  Perhaps I'm not looking in the right places?
> > >
> > >
> > > Specifically, I'm trying to find out if ASM is currently supported on
> > > HP-UX, both PA-RISC (11.11) and Itanium (11.23) platforms?
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