Success Stories

Installation and support for Oracle DB on CentOS.
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Re: Success Stories

Postby Alvis » 2007/02/12 07:59:05

DELL PE 6950 (Quad Dual-Core AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 8212)
CentOS 4.4
Oracle 10GR2

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Re: Success Stories

Postby pjwelsh » 2007/02/12 13:30:11

Dell 2950's (dual proc, dual core) + 16GB RAM + SAS RAID5 + Qlogic QLA2432 + EMC CLarion cx500 + CentOS 4.4 64bit + Infromix 10.064bit = $90,000 Unix system replacement (I kept the EMC)... 2850's for some cheapper dev boxes.

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Re: Success Stories

Postby centos_system » 2007/06/22 12:25:30

Your post is very encouraging. Can you please tell what is your CPU and versions of CentOS & CRS?

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Re: Success Stories

Postby Ejant » 2007/09/07 00:15:34

SO = Centos 4.4
Oracle 9i (

Generic PC
Intel Xeon 3Ghz
2Gb Ram
HDD Sata 160Gb

In production since march, we never had problems with it, about 40 concurrent users


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Re: Success Stories

Postby OraISV » 2007/09/19 03:24:05

I posted the original success-stories question awhile back.
This is an update.

Since January 2006, we have three machines now running Centos4.2,
Oracle and Oracle application server.

No problems, ever.

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Re: Success Stories

Postby Larry_Angelici » 2008/04/06 11:05:32

My configuration in production :

1 server Hp xeon ,2 Gb ram,Oracle 10gR2 with 3 instance (10 concurrent user's),Centos 4.4,2 Sata Disk 80Gb.A

It's work fine from 2 year.
No reboot since 1 year.
Very Stable.Mythic S.O.

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Re: Success Stories

Postby darrensy » 2011/08/04 04:42:21

I have nothing to say, but completely satisfied in using Centos and Oracle. It's been a long time that I haven't hear any updates how this will works from several platform and languages, so I suggest to come up with new features instead.