Sun Cluster 3.x & JASS Hardening



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Sun Cluster 3.x & JASS Hardening

Postby fredje110 » Fri, 21 Nov 2003 09:12:26 GMT

Hello Sun guru's!

We are planning to install a Sun Cluster 3.1 with Oracle 9i RAC on
Solaris 9 (based on SUNWCXall meta cluster). I am wondering if the
following drivers of JASS 4.0 are usable for such a configuration:


Are there any obvious or less obvious problems I might encounter?

Looking forward to receiving your comments.

With best regards,


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