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Old 11-30-2018, 03:38 PM   #1
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Migrating Oracle on Solaris Sparc to Linux RHEL 7 VM


Hi Gurus,

We are migrating Oracle from Solaris to RHEL 7 and looking for Solaris equivalent commands for Linux. Could you please help me here by proving any document . thanks.

Here is my current salaries system details.

Machine hardware: sun4v
OS version: 5.10
Processor type: sparc
Hardware: sun4v

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Old 11-30-2018, 03:51 PM   #2
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Hi Gurus,
We are migrating Oracle from Solaris to RHEL 7 and looking for Solaris equivalent commands for Linux. Could you please help me here by proving any document . thanks.

Here is my current salaries system details.
Machine hardware: sun4v
OS version: 5.10
Processor type: sparc
Hardware: sun4v
Sorry, no. Oracle, Solaris, and RHEL are all WELL documented...the installation guides for Oracle on RHEL can be obtained on Oracle's website, and if you need assistance, you can call either Oracle or Red Hat, since you're PAYING for those commercial products (RIGHT??)

Read the "Question Guidelines" link in my posting signature...we will be happy to help with specific questions, but don't ask us to look up instructions for you.
 
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Old 11-30-2018, 04:29 PM   #3
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we are using lot of korn shell scripts built on Solaris so, i am looking for equivalent commands which are using in Solaris..

please let em know if you got any info.
thanks.
 
Old 11-30-2018, 05:57 PM   #4
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Maybe the simple solution would be to include korn on linux. The exact build of korn on linux would be different in some ways so you'd have to really test each script or convert the over to some other shell. I don't know of any automated tool. Each command will have to be fully understood on each arch.

What do you use the scripts for in Oracle?
 
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Old 12-01-2018, 08:27 AM   #5
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we are using lot of korn shell scripts built on Solaris so, i am looking for equivalent commands which are using in Solaris..
Again, we are happy to HELP you, but you need ask a specific question (such as "I'm using xxxx command in my ksh scripts...will this work in Linux?"), and show effort of your own. The documentation for Oracle on RHEL is AMPLE, and since you're PAYING for them (right?), you really need to call Oracle support.

As jefro said, you can load ksh on Linux when you build the system. But the scripting language doesn't matter, since without knowing WHAT COMMANDS you're talking about, we have no way of telling you if they're going to work on Linux, or what the equivalent command would be. If you are the administrator building this system, these are the things that are part of your job. Just telling us "lot of korn shell scripts", doesn't tell us what's IN them. For all we know it's just running the date command and tar'ing a file; both of which will work just fine on Linux.

Again: contact RHEL/Oracle support for questions. Do basic research FIRST (as you were sent to the "Question Guidelines" link previously), because just putting "solaris linux equivalent commands" into Google gives you LOTS. Again, from Oracle, just ONE of their guides, along with the *Nix Rosetta stone:
https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/s...e-1555721.html
http://bhami.com/rosetta.html

We aren't going to list out every single command and how they're different for you. This is your job.
 
  


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