On 4/29/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
In the past, we had always allocated 2 different servers, as a
recommendation from Oracle.  We are now trying to see if it makes sense
for us to get 1 server, say a v490 with 4 Dual Core processors with 16 Gb
of RAM, to house these 2 databases.
With zones, I know that we can setup different root disks, as I had done
during training.


While you can do this, you aren't going to get (for the purposes you
are likely stating) any more isolation that you could with processor
sets, using different disks, etc. with Solaris 9 on a V490.

Perhaps you should be looking at either two systems or looking at an
M4000 with two domains.

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Mike Gerdts
http://mgerdts.blogspot.com/
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