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Old 06-07-2017, 08:24 AM   #1
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I want to learn Oracle LDOMs, but I hope requires Sparc hardware like T4 & T5, but cant afford to buy. So is it possible I can hire LAB space to practice LDOMs commands etc. If anybody knows please let me know...thank you
 
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This page says LDOMS was renamed Oracle VM Server

It seems the best way to get training would be from Oracle. They have training for this on Sparc at this catalog site
 
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You can get ORACLE RDBMS for Solaris x86_64. It should run on any PC, i've even got it running on my Mac (natively, no VM). There's no difference between that and the UltraSPARC version.
 
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You can get ORACLE RDBMS for Solaris x86_64. It should run on any PC, i've even got it running on my Mac (natively, no VM). There's no difference between that and the UltraSPARC version.
LDOMS (now Oracle VM) is system partitioning not RDBMS though one presumes you could run the RDBMS under the partition. Of course Oracle likes to charge your for all system resources not just the ones you're using for a given guest/partition. Since it is THEIR partitioning maybe they're a little more lenient than they are for other VM environments.
 
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LDOMS (now Oracle VM) is system partitioning not RDBMS though one presumes you could run the RDBMS under the partition. Of course Oracle likes to charge your for all system resources not just the ones you're using for a given guest/partition. Since it is THEIR partitioning maybe they're a little more lenient than they are for other VM environments.
Oh, I see, so it is a SPARC-specific thing. Sorry for typing without reading!

You can find them used on eBay, etc. Make sure it's a modern enough model to support that.
 
  


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