On 5/17/07, Anand <shastry17@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hello all, Why should we assume LD_ASSUME_KERNEL with some value during oracle installation. Is that because the kernel versions are different for different operating system's and oracle works on specific Kernel version to enable glibc optimizations or are there any core reasons for this?. Please let me know on this.
Rather than cut and paste from Werner's informative website, I will direct you to google for it. Googling for LD_ASSUME_KERNEL Oracle brought up the answer in the first 2 hits. Also RHAS4 has 2.6 kernel, maybe that's the reason why the
LD_ASSUME_KERNEL issue has disappeared.
No, Oracle 9 requires this with the 2.6 Kernel. The 10.2.0.1's oraenv script does still have LD_LIBRARY_PATH in it.
Please give me your sugesstions.
I don't understand this sentence. It seems to imply that you don't think LD_LIBRARY_PATH is necessary with 10g. -- Jared Still Certifiable Oracle DBA and Part Time Perl Evangelist