Amir, I may not be able to comment further because of the obvious reasons :) But having a single vendor for the entire suite certainly helps (at least no finger pointing when there is an issue) and I do not see anything wrong in it. Also why would you need to depend on somebody (i.e third party cluster ware) when you want to run your database in a cluster environment. It does not make any sense to me :). Also when the focus (!) is on reducing the TCO, eliminating another layer of $$ certainly reduces the co$t. BTW, at the end of the day they all are arguments. Reality is somewhat close to the other end. :)). We can take that offline.. -Gopal On 12/19/06, Hameed, Amir <Amir.Hameed@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Now, why would Oracle stop supporting VERITAS in the future, when it is and has been one of the most robust and well architected clustering product in the market for years? Is this more of an "out of the habit" thing for Oracle now to try and eat other people's lunch or does poor Larry needs more money to buy a bigger yacht? It will be a real shame if Oracle succeeds in doing that. -----Original Message----- From: oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:oracle-l-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of K Gopalakrishnan Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 2:37 AM To: David.Best@xxxxxxxxxx Cc: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Veritas, 10gR2 and RAC David, I have few customers (few, really few) customers running 10gR2 RAC on top of Veritas (that is due to their corporate licencing from Veritas) and Oracle certainly supports Veritas (at least on current versions). However this may (!) change in future ! On 12/17/06, Best, David <David.Best@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hey, > > Just curious, anyone out there running 10gR2 RAC on top of Vertias > even tho it hasn't been certified by Oracle....? From Veritas's > website they support 10g but any idea when it may be certified?
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