Re: Oracle from unbreakable to unpatchable

  • From: Niall Litchfield <niall.litchfield@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: kevinc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 7 Feb 2006 20:56:00 +0000

Oracle and their partners did;jsessionid=OEDCRSAT5HLGKQSNDBCSKHSCJUMEKJVN?articleId=18836987&_requestid=157132 (10,000 users
on an oracle on linux system in 2001!)

and so on. Then there were the posters, the magazine ads and so on. Of
course it *could* be that SUN and Oracle Mag were using the slogan and logos
in ways unauthorised by Oracle.Corp but don't bet on it.

and then of course it applied to 9.0.1 where can't break in actually meant
can't break in without create session privilege :)

My take has always been that the linux program was a sideline to the
marketing agenda.



On 2/7/06, Kevin Closson <kevinc@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Has everyone forgotten that Unbreakable was actually
> a program specifically related to Linux. The program
> means that the software is Unbreakable, but oh if it
> does break then Oracle will even dive in and patch your
> operating system...that is as long as the only closed-source
> software on the system is Oracle.
> The blogger doesn't know this definition. If he did he'd
> have some really interesting stuff to blog on about.
> --

Niall Litchfield
Oracle DBA

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