alz2real wrote:You don't have a choice. x86 = 32-bit. x86_64 = 64-bit. If you want to stick with RHEL6 (32-bit) you can only use Oracle 11g for Linux x86 (32-bit).
I have an installation media for RHEL 6 (32 bit) available. So, what would y'all advice? do i go for Oracle 11g for Linux X86 or Oracle 11g for Linux X86-64? What exactly is the difference btw the both of them?
alz2real wrote:You'd need access to MOS, yes. You could just download Oracle Linux 5 and install the version you already have on that.
Hello Miller. Concerning your reply earlier, i presume downloading the latest version of 11g(184.108.40.206.0) from My Oracle Support would require a license which certainly cost a lot.