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We are thinking of upgrading some of our windows databases (NT 4) to 9i.
We may be upgrading the OS to w2k also. The databases are small
applications and don't require much maintenance.

What are people's experience with 9i (9.0.1 and 9.2) on windows? We are
mostly concerned with the stability of the releases. I have heard that
9.0.1 has lots of bugs. Does anyone know if this is true? What about
9.2?

Thanks.
Joe Armstrong-Champ
DBA

Tufts University
joseph.armstrong-champ_at_tufts.edu
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  • Robert Freeman at Jan 19, 2003 at 7:34 am
    Joe,

    I wrote Oracle9i RMAN Backup and Recovery using 9iR2. I pounded the database
    pretty hard. It seemed to be a very solid release and I would recommend it
    over 9iR1.

    Robert

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    Armstrong-Champ
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    We are thinking of upgrading some of our windows databases (NT 4) to 9i.
    We may be upgrading the OS to w2k also. The databases are small
    applications and don't require much maintenance.

    What are people's experience with 9i (9.0.1 and 9.2) on windows? We are
    mostly concerned with the stability of the releases. I have heard that
    9.0.1 has lots of bugs. Does anyone know if this is true? What about
    9.2?

    Thanks.
    Joe Armstrong-Champ
    DBA

    Tufts University
    joseph.armstrong-champ_at_tufts.edu

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