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4.6C on RHEL5

Hello all,

I am new to Unix flavours..I am Planning to Install 4.6c+Oracle8.1.7 on RHEL5..Please suugest this combination will work or not..I just Installed RHEL5.0 on VMware and i about to start SAP installtion..Pleae let me know if any one has made custom installation procedure for RHEL5...

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Umesh K

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2008 at 06:25 AM

    HI,

    check following

    Note 171356 - SAP software on Linux: Essential information

    regards,

    kaushal

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      Hi

      check Note 419920 - INST: 4.6D SR1 SAP Basis Inst. on UNIX - Oracle

      i am not sure about 8.1.7 on RHEl5 might be it is not supported.

      i found oracle 10g only with EXT_kernel 4.6D

      regards,

      kaushal

      Edited by: kaushal malavia on Apr 23, 2008 12:45 PM

  • Posted on Apr 23, 2008 at 11:21 AM

    Oracle 8.1.7 is out of support and I seriously doubt that you will be able to run it under such a new OS as RHEL 5.

    Early installers of Oracle needed the "old" thread mechanism (means, LD_ASSUME_KERNEL), otherwise they won´t run. That compatibility is take out of this OS version so you won´t even be able to start the Oracle installer.

    It´s possible to install 4.6c with Oracle 9.2 or 10g so I highly suggest going that way.

    Markus

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    Posted on May 12, 2011 at 06:45 AM

    thanks

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