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My doubt is: Is it a stable combination ? someone has experience working with this version ? is there some Oracle documents to support this implementation on Production ?
I have been installing and working with 11g R2 on Oracle Linux 5 (5.7,5.8) with ASM for some time and I didn’t have problems, it’s very stable combination
Your answer +1
If you have installed it before but only a lower OS version, you know how to install it, no differences between 5.7-5.8 and 6.
My situation is this: Our client insist on use Oracle Linux 6 on a new Oracle implementation, even when we told her Oracle Linux 5 its Very stable, so that’s why I am asking for some advice, because it’s a production environment 7x24.
Someone has experience working with those versions ?
Thank you for your time
Edited by: J.A. on 6/05/2013 08:34 AM
1) Oracle Linux 6 is supported on 11gR2 which would imply that it is stable. It's been certified for over a year now.
2) Just because my database is stable on Oracle Linux 6 wouldn't necessarily mean that your database would be stable as well.
3) I would personally go for the later option unless there was a very good reason why I couldn't. This might be because a vendor's application only support Oracle on certain OS's etc.