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OPS and single Oracle server instance [message #74812] Mon, 10 June 2002 07:56 Go to next message
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Registered: April 2001
Can you run OPS even though the database is being opened by a single instance? I'm trying to enact parallelism on my node. I have 4 cpu's, and only one is utlized for the large joins I am trying to excute. All of my joins are on indexed/parallelised tables, but I'm not getting all the hardware resources to commit to the oracle server. Thanks!
Re: OPS and single Oracle server instance [message #74821 is a reply to message #74812] Mon, 04 November 2002 17:56 Go to previous message
sharan alva
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Registered: November 1999
I think you are confusing OPS ( Oracle parallel sever ) with parallel query. OPS is a clustered solution where you can have more than one instance access the same database.

The database resides on raw device and is shared among multiple nodes.
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