Sybase to Oracle

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If I move a database from Sybase to Oracle with no coding changes what is the impact on the target database with respect to CPU, Memory, IO, etc?  Note that the OS will go from Solaris to LINUX also. 

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Solaris to LINUX, Sybase to Oracle

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  • carlosdl
    What do you mean by "with no coding changes" ? Sybase stored procedures won't run on Oracle, they must be modified, converted or rewritten. Additionaly, the database engine could consume more or less resources (cpu, memory) and perform more or less IO operations depending on how well you have configured it, the data it stores, and the type and amount of operations/transactions it processes (among other things). Also, resource usage would depend on the database version/edition. This is not as simple as you might think.
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