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can anybody provide me document for installing grid on sun solaris 9, from scratch
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This link provides the installation in details, although it doesn't say which Solaris version, but it requires Oracle 10g or 9i database running on Solaris:

http://www.oracle-wiki.net/startdocsgridcontrolsolarisagentinstall

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