>> With the advent of PASE and AIX binary support, can we now run Oracle on
>> I know that it's a ridiculous question, but the Powers That Be want to know.
I checked the Midrange archives, the news group archives and the Oracle and IBM
web sites without much success.

>> We have some Oracle stuff running on Sun that we want to move over with the
minimum of fuss.  Hopefully, we'll then bundle the Oracle stuff with our DB2
stuff and offer a bigger and better whole...

It might be possible to run Oracle under PASE, *IF* Oracle refrains from doing
any direct DASD manipulation.  Even if you could get it running, it would be
risky to do so without any direct support from Oracle.

If you truly want to run Oracle on an AS/400 or iSeries box, your chances of
doing it successfully would be much higher if you wait for the Linux partition,
and try to do it there...

Until then, I would continue suggesting a port to DB2/400.

Janet Krueger
Andrews Consulting Group

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