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for availability and other implementation information.
Oracle 11i is available for the following platforms:
Apple Macintosh OS (client only)
Compaq Tru64 UNIX (Digital Unix)
Fujitsu PRIMEPOWER (GP7000F) (same code as Solaris)
HP 9000 Series HP-UX
IBM RS/6000 AIX
Intel Based Server LINUX
Microsoft Windows 2000 (11.5.1 is a client only release)
Microsoft Windows NT for Intel
Sun SPARC Solaris
Supported database-tier platforms are:
Compaq Alpha OpenVMS (DEC)
Data General Intel Unix
Fujitsu-Siemens RM200-600E Reliant Unix
IBM NUMA-Q DYNIX/ptx (Sequent)
IBM OS 390 (MVS)
SGI Unix (Silicon Graphics Unix)
Sun Solaris Intel
UnixWare (SCO UnixWare)
In addition, you will want a copy of MetaLink document 216205.1, which identifies database initialization parameters and configuration for 11i.
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