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upgrading HP and ORacle

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We are looking at upgrading from HP 10.20 to 11i. Does anyone know if Oracle V7.3.4 will run on 11i. I can't seem to find any documentation on this.

Thanks in advance.

dave

 

 

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Respected Contributor Respected Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

According to Oracle's certification matrix, 7.3.4 is supported on 11i BUT ..
It is only supporter on an Extended Maintenance Contract and you will need a different version of 7.3.4 on 11i than on 10.20.
Honored Contributor Honored Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

Hi

I found this document on metalink. Hope this will help you. There are several other documents at metalink.oracle.com
I think it works.

Chris
Honored Contributor Honored Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

Hi

I found this document on metalink. Hope this will help you. There are several other documents at metalink.oracle.com
I think it works.

Chris
Honored Contributor Honored Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

Honored Contributor Honored Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

hi,

why don't you consider also upgrading to the certified version of Oracle 8i (8.1.7.4) which should be quite straight forward and bring along quite some improvements. I don't think you will have any issues relating to the underlying application. (9i DB has)

Migration to 9i should be another option.

hth
yogeeraj
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Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

Thanks for all of your responses. The information will help and is much appreciated.
Exalted Contributor Exalted Contributor

Re: upgrading HP and ORacle

Though supported you are on the edge.

If you are going from a 32 bit platform to 64 bit hardware, you'll probably want to stay 32 bit with the software. There is a performance penalty there.

It's time to think about migrating that database, because support will eventually be dropped.

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