RE: standard edition vs enterprise edition

Hi Mladen,

Any advantages with UltraSPARC (than Ultraspace) ? 

Srinivas

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Subject: Re: standard edition vs enterprise edition

Standard edition should be just fine if you don't need partitioning
and function-based indexes. I also recommend buying UltraSPARC
processors instead of Ultraspace. If you are really adventurous,
you can buy Intel Itanic (TM) based configuration which would 
enable you to run Linux and still retain support when SUN goes belly-up.
SUN will probably become a supernova at the end of this year and all
that you 
will see next year will be the faint glow of a white dwarf (or Red
Dwarf,
if you like Ace Rimmer and Dave Lister).

On 04/01/2004 09:54:17 AM, "Kommareddy, Srinivas (MED, Wissen Infotech)"
wrote:

> We are planning to buy oracle edition to run on a Solaris box ( dual
> CPU). 
> ( Its going to be OLTP and the no. of concurrent users will be 10.)  
> Solaris box configuration:

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Mladen Gogala
Oracle DBA
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