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ASE157 on Linux

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Does ASE157 supports RedHat linux 2.6.32-358.e16.x86_64

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    Posted on May 23, 2013 at 10:46 PM

    You will need to verify the RedHat release version and check the certification page.

    The following command will get the version of RHEL you are on:

    cat /etc/redhat-release

    Below is the certification page for ASE on RHEL6

    http://certification.sybase.com/ucr/platformDetail.do?certId=3247&platformId=117&productId=2

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  • Posted on May 23, 2013 at 11:56 PM

    Keep in mind that there are effectively 2 types of ASE in use nowadays.

    On the one hand you have ASE as a runtime component of the SAP application (which is what this particular forum supports). Under this scenario SAP is very specific about the version of ASE you can run with a particular version of the SAP application. If this is the scenario you're operating under then you'll need to check your SAP application release notes to find out which version of ASE you can run with your version of SAP.

    On the other hand you have ASE sold as a standalone product. Under this scenario the client is responsible for determining which version of ASE they want to run in their particular environment. If this is the scenario you're operating under then Kyle's link to the certification page for ASE should get you the answer you're looking for (and if not, you could try contacting your ASE sales rep or opening a case with Sybase tech support).

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