user12243721 wrote:That has been bandied about for a while now, and I've even mentioned it myself. I believe there was a MataLink note on it, but it also needs to be tempered a bit. At Open World last year (2010) VMware had one of the prime real estate sites in the exhibit hall. I think the bottom line is that if there are issues on a VMware platform, oracle reserves the right to request that the SR issue be replicated on a physical server, not that they will refuse to work with you.
Oracle doesn't support VMware, that is certainly news to me and very dissapointing, where did you get this information? Thanks
user12243721 wrote:I get this as well on Windows 64-bit with a multi-CPU machine, with the VM set up with 2 virtual CPUs.
Running 126.96.36.199 on windows 64 bit virtualized..
VKTM, oracles virtual keeper of time is throwing a lot of warnings in the alert log. According to my research this is not a great concern (if someone could explain why that would be great as well) but you should be able to supress the trace file if you are at 188.8.131.52 by setting event = "10795 trace name context forever, level 2" in the the paramater file. I am using a spfile and did not use "alter system", i cretaed pfile and edited it , opened with it and created a new spfile then opened with that. I am however still receiving the trace files and the messages in the alert log, I am getting approximately 10 a day now so the alert log is filling rather quickly. Has anyone else encountered this or have any advice on how to solve this? Thanks