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Old 03-03-2009, 09:44 AM   #1
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Red Hat support of Oracle 11G Grid


We will using the latest version of Red Hat. Does Red Hat support Oracle Grid (namely Oracle 11g grid)?
 
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We will using the latest version of Red Hat. Does Red Hat support Oracle Grid (namely Oracle 11g grid)?
Yes. Since you're going to RedHat enterprise and are already an Oracle client, did you contact either of them, to find out the requirements?
 
  


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