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Compiling Oracle for multiple machines

Carlo Henrico_1
Regular Advisor

Compiling Oracle for multiple machines

Hi All

Hope someone can help. Our development server has the following Oracle directory structure:

/oracle/app/product/817 for Oracle 817
/oracle/ora92/app/product/920 for Oracle 920

The production environment's Oracle directory structure is:

/oracle/app/product/920 for Oracle 920

Depending for which database is being compiled the environment variables are changed with a script. The make file then specifies:

-L$(ORACLE_HOME)/lib32

on the development machine. However, when it is run on the production machine, it actually wants the absolute path:

/oracle/ora92/app/product/920

under which it was compiled. I can create symbolic links, but I sure there must be a cleaner way...

Any ideas how I can rectify this please?

Thanks

Carlo

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2 REPLIES
Carlo Henrico_1
Regular Advisor

Re: Compiling Oracle for multiple machines

Before the issue is too cloudy, it is an internally developed application being compiled (nor Oracle itself), and this is on HP-UX 11.0

Thanks

Carlo
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Jean-Luc Oudart
Honored Contributor

Re: Compiling Oracle for multiple machines

Hi Carlo,

is there any (good) reason why the directory structure (for the installed product) is different from dev to prod ?

We try to keep it the same.

We add an issue with a previous version and we used a symbolic link. It worked ok (ensure the variables are set with correct values).

regards,
Jean-Luc
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