Migration Plan for 9i Linux to 10g Solaris

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Does anyone have a migration plan for an Oracle 9i to 10g Migration. Migration will be from Linux running 9i to Solaris running 10g.
ASKED: March 6, 2008  10:06 PM
UPDATED: March 7, 2008  2:24 AM

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  • Denny Cherry
    I don't have a plan handy for you, but I can tell you that testing will be VERY important. At a prior company we decided to upgrade from 9i to 10g without testing (not my idea, or my project) and we had very bad results. The 10g optimizer didn't like several of the queries which we were using and the Oracle database (running on a very nice new IBM server) was running slower than an Access database. Oracle ended up having to spend three weeks writing us a custom build of the database which basically had the 9i optimizer put back in.
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