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Operating System Dependencies


This Guide occasionally refers to other Oracle manuals that contain detailed information for using Oracle on a specific operating system. These Oracle manuals are often called installation or user's guides, although the exact name may vary on different operating systems. Throughout this guide, references to these manuals are marked with the icon shown in the left margin.

This appendix lists all references made in this manual to operating-system-dependent behavior for the Oracle distributed systems and networking. Use this appendix as a guide when moving data between operating systems or when designing operating-system independent applications.

Operating-system specific topics are listed alphabetically, with page numbers of sections that discuss these topics.


General

Program interface communication links 1 - 9

SQL*Net driver software 1 - 14


Networking

Native connection acceptance method 2 - 20

INTCHNG.ORA 3 - 16

LISTENER.ORA 3 - 16

Native listener 2 - 20

Network listener 2 - 20

Network Manager 3 - 12

Protocol-specific keywords 3 - 12

SQL*Net 1 - 14

TSNAMES.ORA 3 - 16

TSNAV.ORA 3 - 16

TSNET.ORA 3 - 16


Database Administration

Memory requirements 4 - 3

Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA) specification 4 - 3

Planning a database for a distributed system 4 - 2


Transaction Recovery Management

Commit point strength 5 - 13

database parameter DISTRIBUTED_TRANSACTIONS 5 - 36

Recoverer background process (RECO) 5 - 38


XA Library

XA library linking 7 - 6

XA README file information 7 - 6

XA library names 7 - 10

XAVIEW.SQL script 7 - 12

required XA libraries 7 - 13

Oracle Parallel Server 7 - 28




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