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OW on Oracle Standard Edition

JDEList,

We are currently running OneWorld with Oracle Enterprise Edition 8.5.1.
However, we do not utilize the power of Enterprise Edition and are considering
going to Oracle Standard Edition instead. Is anyone using Oracle Standard
Edition, and if so, how many named users do you have? Has anyone encountered
any performance problems with Oracle Standard Edition that has caused you to go
to Oracle Enterprise Edition?

Thanks,

Brad Snyder
Database Administrator
The Pfaltzgraff Company
(717) 852-2422
brad.snyder@pfz.com

B733.3 (Xe)
SP 14.1
HP9000 Unix
Oracle 8.5.1
Windows NT 4.0
WTS
 

Larry_Jones

Legendary Poster
Hi Brad,

we too are an Oracle / HPUX configuration. We have between 80 - 100 concurrent users at peak periods. Our hardware is a dual processor D390 (?) with 2 GB RAM which has been adquate for the tasks JDE and Oracle place upon it (I certainly would not reccommend a single processor box to anyone!). All heavy batch updates are scheduled to run @ night.

Oracle SE serves us very well and there is really no need as far as I can see for Oracle Enterprise until you get into bigger situations with clustering, etc.

My 2 cents.

Larry Jones
ljones@wagstaff.com
OneWorld B733.1, SP 11.3
HPUX 11, Oracle SE 8.1.6
SandBox: OneWorld XE SP13
 
Re[2]: OW on Oracle Standard Edition

Larry -

Thanks for the info. We have a similar hardware configuration. Dual 440
Mhz processesors in an HP L2000 with 2 GB of memory. We also have about
150 named users. There seemed to be a few people going from Standard to
Enterprise, basically to take advantage of parallel server. However,
parallel query is one advantage of EE that could be useful for datamart
type queries (I don't think JDE qualifies as this, but maybe partioning
F0911 would take advantage of this).

- Brad

Brad Snyder
Database Administrator
The Pfaltzgraff Company
(717) 852-2422
brad.snyder@pfz.com

B733.3 (Xe)
SP 14.1
HPUX 11
Oracle 8.1.5 EE
Windows NT 4.0
WTS


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Subject: Re: OW on Oracle Standard Edition
Author: jdelist@jdelist.com (Larry_Jones <ljones@wagstaff.com>)
Date: 04/11/2001 11:47 AM





Hi Brad,

we too are an Oracle / HPUX configuration. We have between 80 - 100
concurrent users at peak periods. Our hardware is a dual processor
D390 (?) with 2 GB RAM which has been adquate for the tasks JDE and
Oracle place upon it (I certainly would not reccommend a single
processor box to anyone!). All heavy batch updates are scheduled to
run @ night.

Oracle SE serves us very well and there is really no need as far as I
can see for Oracle Enterprise until you get into bigger situations
with clustering, etc.

My 2 cents.

Larry Jones
ljones@wagstaff.com
OneWorld B733.1, SP 11.3
HPUX 11, Oracle SE 8.1.6
SandBox: OneWorld XE SP13
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