Maximum DB Size with Linux and SAPDB

Frank.Schraven at gmx.de Frank.Schraven at gmx.de
Fri Jun 1 15:36:25 MET DST 2001


> David Hull wrote:
> 
> > If you're willing to go Oracle, then why not Linux/Oracle?  It doesn't
> > matter the file size supported by the OS - you can have a terabyte-size
> > database comprised of 2GB (or less) files.
> >
> >
> 
> btw, afaik, sapdba suppots only 2 Gb datafiles even on 64 bit HP-UX.
> May be I'm wrong, of course :)

Sorry, you are wrong - as you can read in SAP note 330992 there are patches
available which include the support for files > 2G. But in general SAP
doesn't recommend bigger files. There are some other notes regarding this subject:
129439 / 142468 / 90937 ...

> 
Sincerely

Frank Schraven
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