Comments for Oracle Linux : Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Davide said...Awesome! Tim you did a great job. Thanks
Marko Sutic said...Great article Tim.
I agree with you that Oracle Linux should be always first choice for hosting Oracle applications.
It is very stable OS and the best of all - it's free!
Todd said...Nicely done Tim. Most succinct and relevant FAQ I've seen on this topic.
Fer said...Nice work!
Yuri said...I had an issue(Bug ID 18459498) with modules booting installed OL7.2 installed from e-delivery store distro using UEK. I was really disapointed about UEK, but kernel renewal helped me eliminate this issue. Evaluating the fact, that this was my first experience with this OS, I have to say that this not made me very happy. E-delivery distro with the UEK bug it's not good input from ORACLE Co.
Tim... said...Hi Yuri.
Sorry to see you had a problem. I've not had any problems with UEK myself over the last few years, but I guess it depends what features you are using, as to what bugs you may see. At least with Oracle Linux you get the choice of two kernels (UEK or RHEL). :) As always, keep your distro up to date with errata and that should go a long way to ironing out glitches.
James said...Really useful summary. Thanks, Tim!
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