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http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/027626.pdf will explain to you how to determine if you run RHEL or OEL/OL.
For your other questions, check https://linux.oracle.com
I sent you an email directly. (Gmail)
I hope that doesn't step out of bounds.
Sorry I reject such requests. If you have any more questions, please post them in the forum or contact Oracle support directly.
Parkton-Steve wrote:Do you have Oracle Linux support for that system? If so, we give you full support. If you don't have Oracle Linux support, call Red Hat (assuming you have an active Red Hat support subscription). If you have neither, you need to pick either Oracle or Red Hat for support first and then buy support for that server.
Also what support does O give to customers that have Non-O Red Hat on an Oracle system, and they need to install an HBA?
dmesg | head -1 or cat /proc/version
All this commands will get OS version and vendor name.
Edited by: Igoroshka on Oct 2, 2012 4:09 AM
Thanks, my friends.
I will pursue with O support, because this is an O array install on an existing O box with RHEL with a paid OIS install.