From: Herbert Poetzl (herbert_at_13thfloor.at)
Date: Thu 08 Sep 2005 - 02:58:50 BST
On Wed, Sep 07, 2005 at 09:42:29PM -0400, Cathy Sarisky wrote:
> Cross-reference: Oracle in a vserver has been discussed before, and
> apparently is do-able in a new-style vserver
> Hi all,
good to hear that you are still with linux-vserver ...
> I've been wrestling with getting Oracle 10.2.0 running in a SuSE 9.1
> vserver, using the old tools (and 2.4 kernel).
... although older (2.4) stuff ... what version
and tools are we talking about here?
(testme.sh should clarify)
> tnslsnr starts up and merrily consumes half of my cpu (yikes!), however,
> when I try to use sqlplus, I get an apparent hang with no error message.
> (Actually, maybe it isn't a hang, as it sits there for at least an
> hour, nominally running, eating the other half of my CPU, but doing
> nothing obvious.)
well, maybe attaching with strace could shed
some light on the actions ...
> I'm a Oracle newbie, so this may not be related to the vserver.
IIRC, there is a way to get debug output from
the oracle manager ... even for startup
> (Unfortunately I can't use postgres for this job.)
> So my questions are:
> 1- Has anyone done an oracle install with a similar (old style) config?
> 2- If so, want to share any hints, and/or a tarball?
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