For a very long time Oracle’s threaded architecture had proven to be a major liability when running on Windows. However, with the recent introduction of Windows 64-bit computing, the liability has now become a definite asset.
I recently discovered a blog site dedicated to Oracle on Windows and the blogger, Edward Whalen, has posted a number of very good articles. Begin by reading his initial article which explains why the threaded architecture is now an asset on Windows 64-bit.
I hope Ed keeps up with his articles. I’ve found them very informative for my own project which is to migrate several 18.104.22.168 DB’s on Windows 2000 to 10.2g on Windows 2003.
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