This guide describes the Oracle Exalogic machine, which is an integrated cloud machine comprising hardware and software. It includes information about hardware operations and site planning, as well as physical, electrical, and environmental specifications.


All hardware-related specifications in this guide are based on information for a typical deployment provided by Oracle at the time this guide was written. Oracle is not responsible for hardware problems that may result from following the average specifications in this document. For detailed information about preparing your site for Oracle Exalogic machine deployment, consult your hardware specification.

This preface contains the following sections:


This guide is intended for Oracle Exalogic machine customers and those responsible for data center site planning.

It is assumed that the readers of this manual have knowledge of the following:

  • System administration concepts

  • Hardware and networking concepts

Revision History

E18478-18: April 2014

E18478-17: February 2014

E18478-16: December 2013

E18478-15: September 2013

Added Guidelines for Managing pkey Allocation in a Hybrid Rack.

E18478-14: August 2013

E18478-13: March 2013

E18478-12: February 2013

E18478-11: December 2012

E18478-10: October 2012

E18478-09: September 2012

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