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Re: [Xen-users] large Oracle DB hosting ?

What do you consider "largish"?  We host a few Oracle DBs on Xen in a single 
domU and it seems to work pretty well, but I believe our DBs are very small by 
Oracle DB standards - largest one is 300GB.


>>> On 2013/01/22 at 09:31, Robert Rust <robert@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
> Hi folks!  I was wondering if anybody out there is using a Xen DomU to host
> a largish Oracle DB install  and could speak to how well it works?  We want
> to virtualize our Oracle DB hosting on Linux but don't want to use the
> Oracle VM virtualization solution (which of course is the only one they
> support).
> -Robert

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