>>Without starting a flame war I would like some advice on setting up Oracle
>10g on Linux.
>>I currently have an Oracle 10g cluster set up on 2 Redhat AS machines
>running Oracle RAC. I set up the Redhat AS on these, wasn't invloved in choosing the OS.
>>I need to set up a third database server and would like some advice on
>what distribution to go with.
>>Price would not be the deiciding factor.
>>Oracle recommend Redhat or Suse. I would personally prefere Redhat out of
>the 2. Any other distributions that are not recommended by Oracle wouldn't
>be looked on favourably.
>>There is a major price difference between Redhat AS and ES, I don't think
>I need AS, but the current RAC servers have AS. Any thoughts on this? Anything
>missing from ES that I would need.
>>There is also the Oracle Unbreakable Linux, has anyone used this? Is it
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i would recommend you SLES 9 or 10 from Suse/Novell.My customer have already good experiences
with this distributions..Unbreakable Oracle is not so known as RedHat or SLES and i do not know this
product (only from websites).
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