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What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?

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Hello,

please give me an advice on the question on the subject.
  • 1. Re: What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?
    7927 Newbie
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    Hi Sergey,

    We always recommend customers to go on the latest version. As of today, 9.0.4.1 is the latest and greatest.

    Regards,
    Christine
  • 2. Re: What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?
    607163 Newbie
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    What's the latest and greatest version of Web Cache as of right now, to use with 10.1.3.1 App server that has the 10.1.3.3 patch?

    Thanks
  • 3. Re: What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?
    511300 Newbie
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    10.1.2 is the latest and greatest.
    http://www.oracle.com/technology/products/ias/web_cache/index.html
  • 4. Re: What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?
    514854 Newbie
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    And then apply 10.1.2.2 patchset!
  • 5. Re: What is the most stable and recomended version of WebCache?
    511300 Newbie
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    Agreed. The actual version is 10.1.2.2.1

    For standalone, I did the following:
    10.1.2.0.2 Install
    10.1.2.2 Patch (4960210)
    10.1.2.2.1 Patch (6413592)

    I also tweaked the OS a fair bit. On windows I did the following (IBM Has this nicely documented, some common tuning considerations, I wish Oracle had such recommendations nicely documented somewhere):

    1. Start the registry editor:
    1. Click the Windows Start button.
    2. Click Run.
    3. Type regedit in field provided.
    4. Click OK
    2. Use the following directory path to navigate to the registry key:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters

    3. In the right pane of the registry editor, look for the TcpTimedWaitDelay value name. If it is not there, add it by selecting Edit > New > DWORD Value from the menu bar. Type the value name TcpTimedWaitDelay in the name box that appears with the flashing cursor.
    Note: If you do not see the a flashing cursor and New Value # inside the box, right-click inside the right panel and select Rename from the menu, then type the value name TcpTimedWaitDelay in the name box.
    4. Repeat this step for the following value names: MaxUserPort, MaxHashTableSize, and MaxFreeTcbs
    5. Double-click inside the right pane again to set the value of TcpTimedWaitDelay. Select Decimal as the Base, and enter 30 in the Value data field.
    6. Repeat step 5 for the following value names with the indicated value data:
    * MaxUserPort = 65534 (Decimal)
    * MaxHashTableSize = 65536 (Decimal)
    * MaxFreeTcbs = 16000 (Decimal)

    See the Microsoft® Web site for additional information about setting TCP/IP parameters in the registry.