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How to install 11i on HP server

How do I install Oracle e-Business Suite 11i on an HP server? Should Oracle Applications be installed on a server that is more powerful than Oracle Database server. We will be using HP Server RP 2470 and RP 5470.
I believe you will want to upgrade your server(s). To determine whether you can install on a particular platform, you need to verify both the platform and the operating system, and version of the operating system.

You need to consider both the database tier and the applications tier... Check on Oracle's AppsNet site www.oracle.com/appsnet...

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
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.

This was last published in December 2003

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