On Tue, 2005-04-19 at 19:34 +0200, Nicolas Mailhot wrote:
Le lundi 18 avril 2005 à 22:18 +1000, Russell Coker a écrit :
> On Friday 01 April 2005 05:56, Roland Käser <roli(a)israel-jugendtag.ch> wrote:
> > >I don't see any particular benefit offered by running a 2.4 kernel in
> > a 2.6 Xen host.
> > Have You ever tried to install a Oracle 9 on "modern" fedora release?
> > can sing some songs about this crap. (The oracle not the Fedora).
> Why would you want to run Oracle on Fedora? RHEL costs much less than Oracle
> and will make things much easier for you.
> You might ask whether a RHEL3 update for Xen will be released (RHEL3 was 2.4
> based while RHEL4 is 2.6 based). But it's not a question for this list.
If you are a dev shop building apps on top of Oracle (apps that will
then be sold to wealthy corporations that will shell $$$$ for Oracle
licenses) Oracle will let you install as many Oracle setups as you like
(they realise this helps selling their products)
If you want to host these free developer instances on RHEL Red Hat will
enforce through up2date a full license per dev/test system.
which is why you join the RH developers program.... ;)
please take rhel rants to a rhel mailinglist.