Posted on 2011-10-21
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Any oracle dba tell me about the version of vmware workstation version which I have
ie,7.1.4 which is good for redhat linux oracle 11g/10g

Question by:nobleit
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    depends on Your hardware much more then workstation version . You need to have at least 2gb ,better 4 available for enterprise installation, 1gb for express
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    that depend upon which host O.S u used ....

    means on which machine (O.S) you  install vmware..

    minimum requirement for

    11g for  ram atleast    4 gb
    10 g fro ramatleats    2 gb

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