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Beta Draft: 2011-10-07

Oracle® Fusion Middleware Forms and Reports

System Requirements and Specifications

11g Release 2 (11.1.2)

E25460-01

October 7, 2011

This document contains system and platform-specific information for Oracle Fusion Middleware Forms and Reports 11g Release 2 (11.1.2).

The following topics are covered in this document:

1 Finding Oracle Fusion Middleware Certification Information

If you are looking for latest certification information for current and previous releases, go to the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

The various certification documents contain information related to supported 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems, databases, web servers, LDAP servers, adapters, IPv6, JDKs, and third-party products.

2 Oracle Fusion Middleware Memory and Space Requirements

This section contains the minimum memory and disk space requirements for Oracle Fusion Middleware products. The following topics are covered:

2.1 General Memory Requirements

Unless otherwise noted, Table 1 lists the general minimum memory requirements for Oracle Fusion Middleware products. For the purposes of this document, "minimum available memory" is defined as the amount of physical memory (RAM) and swap memory combined.

Table 1 Memory Requirements

Operating System Minimum Physical Memory Required Minimum Available Memory Required

Linux

2 GB

4 GB

UNIX

2 GB

4 GB

Windows

2 GB

4 GB


2.2 Oracle Forms and Reports Memory and Disk Space Requirements

This section describes the recommended hardware and system configuration requirements for Oracle Forms and Reports.


Note:

On some Windows 32-bit operating systems, the available memory is limited to 3GB. For components that are certified on such systems, Oracle recommends using the /3GB switch, as specified in Microsoft Knowledge Base Article #291988.

For more information, see the certification information, as described in Section 1, "Finding Oracle Fusion Middleware Certification Information".

THIS NOTE WAS ADDED, based on bugs 10212597 and 10229760, as well as an email thread with the subject "Updated Memory Requirements for Oracle Portal, Forms, Reports, and Discoverer".


2.2.1 Memory and Disk Space Requirements for Installing Oracle Forms and Reports

Table 2 lists the memory and disk space requirements for installing Oracle Forms and Reports.

Table 2 Memory and Disk Space Requirements for Installation

Requirement Value

Physical Memory

Expected minimum value is 922MB.

Temp Space

Must be greater than 270MB

Swap Space

Must be greater than 500MB

Minimum Available Memory

Must be greater than 1422MB (physical memory and swap space combined)

Disk Space

3600MB


2.2.2 Memory and Disk Space Requirements for Configuring Oracle Forms and Reports

Table 2 lists the memory and disk space requirements for configuring Oracle Forms and Reports.

Table 3 Memory and Disk Space Requirements for Configuration

Requirement Value

Physical Memory

Expected minimum value is 922MB.

Temp Space

Must be greater than 270MB

Swap Space

Must be greater than 500MB

Minimum Available Memory

Must be greater than 1422MB (physical memory and swap space combined)

Disk Space

Depends on your configuration mode:

  • 805MB for development mode

  • 810MB for deployment mode


2.3 Using a 64-bit JDK with Oracle Fusion Middleware

move to R2 system requirements doc?

If you are using a 64-bit JVM in your environment, ensure that all your Oracle Fusion Middleware components are using the 64-bit JVM. Also make sure that Oracle WebLogic Server is installed with the 64-bit JDK. You cannot mix components using a 32-bit JVM with those using a 64-bit JVM.

Refer to the certification matrix for 11g Release 2 (11.1.2) for information on the platforms that support a 64-bit JDK. This document is available on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

2.4 Oracle Identity Management Memory and Disk Space Requirements

The specific memory requirements for your Oracle Identity Management 11g Release 1 (11.1.1) deployment depends on which components, or combination of components, you install. The following list identifies memory requirements for various components. Use the list as a guideline for determining the memory requirements specific to your deployment:

  • WebLogic Administration Server: 750 MB

  • WebLogic Managed Server running Oracle Directory Integration Platform and Oracle Directory Services Manager: 720 MB

  • WebLogic Managed Server running Oracle Identity Federation: 650 MB

  • Oracle Internet Directory: 75 MB

  • Oracle Virtual Directory: 105 MB

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) Agent: 25 MB

  • Oracle Process Manager and Notification Server (OPMN): 5 MB

Oracle Identity Management requires 2,200 MB of disk space if you are only installing the software (you select the Install Software - Do Not Configure installation type). If you configure the software, an additional 150 MB of space are required if all components are selected for configuration; less space is required if fewer components are selected.

3 Oracle Universal Installer (OUI) Requirements

This section contains prerequisite information for the Oracle Universal Installer (OUI). The requirements in this section must be met in order for the installer to start:

3.1 Environment Variables

The environment variables on your system must be set as described in Table 4:

Table 4 Oracle Universal Installer Environment Variable Requirements

Variable Description

ORACLE_HOME

Applies to: all configuration tools for all products on all platforms.

This variable is automatically set by the configuration tool to the Oracle home from where the configuration tool is started. This is true even if the ORACLE_HOME variable is already set.

ORACLE_SID

Applies to: all installers for all products on all platforms.

For the Oracle Forms and Reports installer, this variable must not be set.

For all other installers, there are no restrictions as to whether this variable is set or not set.

PATH

Applies to: all installers for products with system components only on Windows operating systems.

This variable is automatically set by the installer and prepended with ORACLE_HOME\bin.

NOTE: make sure this variable does not contain a reference to any other Oracle home directory.

SHLIB_PATH

Applies to: all installers for products with system components only on HP-UX and HP-IA operating systems.

This variable is automatically set by the installer and prepended with ORACLE_HOME/lib.

LIBPATH

Applies to: all installers for products with system components only on AIX operating systems.

This variable is automatically set by the installer and prepended with ORACLE_HOME/lib.

LD_LIBRARY_PATH

Applies to: all installers for products with system components only on Linux and Solaris operating systems.

This variable is automatically set by the installer and prepended with ORACLE_HOME/lib.

NOTE: make sure this variable does not contain a reference to any other Oracle home directory.

DISPLAY

Applies to: all installers for all products on all platforms.

If you are installing with a graphical user interface (GUI), this variable must be set to the monitor where you want the installer GUI to appear.

TMP

TMPDIR

Applies to: all installers for all products on all platforms.

Optional variable. If not set, then the default value is /tmp.

TNS_ADMIN

ORA_NLS

LD_BIND_NOW

Applies to: all installers for all products on all platforms.

For the Oracle Forms and Reports installer, these variables must not be set.

For all other installers, there are no restrictions as to whether these variables are set or not set.


3.2 Startup Requirements

The items in Table 5 are checked as the installer is being started:

Table 5 Oracle Universal Installer Startup Requirements

Category Accepted or Minimum Values

Platforms

For a complete list of supported platforms, refer to the certification document on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

CPU Speed

At least 300MHz

Temp Space

At least 270MB

Swap Space

At least 500MB

Monitor

At least 256 colors


3.3 Spaces in Windows Directory Paths Are Not Supported

If you are running Oracle Universal Installer on a Windows operating system, make sure there are no spaces in the directory path that is specified as a parameter from the command line. For example, if you need to specify the location of a JRE from the command line, the following is not supported:

setup.exe -jreLoc C:\Program Files\Middleware\jdk160_27

Instead, you must shorten "C:\Program Files" to use the Windows short name "C:\Progra~1" as shown below:

setup.exe -jreLoc C:\Progra~1\Middleware\jdk160_27

3.4 Special Startup Requirements for Linux x86 or Linux x86-64 Operating Systems

If you are running Oracle Universal Installer on Linux x86 or Linux x86-64 operating systems, refer to Note 468051.1 on My Oracle Support for special information:

  1. Access and log into My Oracle Support at the following location:

    https://support.oracle.com/
    
  2. In the Search Knowledge Base field (upper right portion of the page), enter "468051.1" into the field, then click the search icon.

  3. Click on the article titled "OUI-15038 Occurs During The Oracle11g Product Specific Prerequisite Checks".

4 System Requirements for UNIX Operating Systems

This section contains system requirement information for UNIX operating systems. The following topics are covered:

4.1 Supported UNIX Operating System Versions, Packages, and Patches

Table 6 lists the platform, operating system, package, and patch information for UNIX operating systems that are either currently supported or were supported in a previous release.

In some cases, a particular platform may be de-supported for use with Oracle Fusion Middleware products. While this particular platform's requirements may remain in this document for legacy purposes, it would no longer be listed in the certification document and would no longer be considered a "certified" platform.

The certification document is located on the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

All packages listed are minimum versions.

Table 6 Supported UNIX Operating Systems

Platform Operating System Version Supported Packages Operating System Patches

Linux x86

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.4

Red Hat Linux 5.4

gcc 4.1.0-28.4

gcc-c++ 4.1.0-28.4

setarch 1.6-1

sysstat 5.0.5-1

libstdc++ 4.1.0-28.4

libstdc++-devel 4.1.0-28.4

compat-libstdc++-296 2.96-132.7.2

compat-db 4.1.25-9

control-center 2.8.0-12

glibc-common 2.3.4-2.9

binutils 2.16.91.0.5-23.4

make 3.80-202.2

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif22 2.2.3

libaio 0.3.106

libaio-devel 0.3.106


Linux x86

Oracle Enterprise Linux 4

Red Hat Linux 4

gcc 3.4.3-22.1

gcc-c++ 3.4.3-22.1

openmotif21 2.1.30-11.RHEL4.4

setarch 1.6-1

pdksh 5.2.14-30

sysstat 5.0.5-1

gnome-libs 1:1.4.1.2.90-44.1

libstdc++ 3.4.3-22.1

libstdc++-devel 3.4.3-22.1

compat-libstdc++-296 2.96-132.7.2

compat-db 4.1.25-9

control-center 2.8.0-12

glibc-common 2.3.4-2.9

binutils 2.15.92.0.2-13

make 1:3.80-5

xscreensaver 4.18-5.rhel4.2

openmotif 2.2.3

libaio 0.3.105

libaio-devel 0.3.105

Kernel 2.6.9

Linux x86

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5

Red Hat Linux 5

gcc 4.1.0-28.4

gcc-c++ 4.1.0-28.4

setarch 1.6-1

sysstat 5.0.5-1

libstdc++ 4.1.0-28.4

libstdc++-devel 4.1.0-28.4

compat-libstdc++-296 2.96-132.7.2

compat-db 4.1.25-9

control-center 2.8.0-12

glibc-common 2.3.4-2.9

binutils 2.16.91.0.5-23.4

make 3.80-202.2

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif22 2.2.3

libaio 0.3.106

libaio-devel 0.3.106

Kernel 2.6.18

Linux x86

SUSE 10

gcc 4.1.0-28.4

glibc-devel 2.4-31.2

gcc-c++ 4.1.0-28.4

libgcc 4.1.0-28.4

libstdc++-devel 4.1.0-28.4

libstdc++ 4.1.0-28.4

binutils 2.16.91.0.5-23

compat-libstdc++ 5.0.7-22.2

compat 2006.1.25-11.2

make 3.80-202.2

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif21-libs 2.1.30

libaio 0.3.104

libaio-devel 0.3.104

Kernel 2.6.16.21

Linux x86

SUSE 11

binutils 2.19-11.28

gcc 4.3-62.198

gcc-c++ 4.3-62.198

glibc-devel 2.9-13.2

libgcc43 4.3.3_20081022-11.18

libstdc++43 4.3.3_20081022-11.18

libstdc++43-devel 4.3.3_20081022-11.18

libaio 0.3.104-140.22

libaio-devel 0.3.104-140.22

make 3.81-128.20

sysstat 8.1.5-7.8

openmotif 2.3.1-3.13

openmotif21-libs 2.1.30MLI4-143.9

openmotif22-libs 2.2.4-138.17

openmotif-libs 2.3.1-3.13

openmotif-devel 2.3.1-3.13

Kernel 2.6.27.19-5-default

Linux x86-64

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.4

Red Hat Linux 5.4

binutils 2.17.50.0.6

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3 (x86_64)

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3 (i386 )

elfutils-libelf 0.125

elfutils-libelf-devel 0.125

gcc 4.1.1

gcc-c++ 4.1.1

glibc 2.5-12 (x86_64)

glibc 2.5-12 (i686)

glibc-common 2.5

glibc-devel 2.5 (x86_64)

glibc-devel 2.5-12 (i386)

libaio 0.3.106 (x86_64)

libaio 0.3.106 (i386)

libaio-devel 0.3.106

libgcc 4.1.1(x86_64)

libgcc 4.1.1(i386)

libstdc++ 4.1.1(x86_64)

libstdc++ 4.1.1(i386)

libstdc++-devel 4.1.1

make 3.81

sysstat 7.0.0

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif22 2.2.3

2.6.18

Linux x86-64

Oracle Enterprise Linux 4

Red Hat Linux 4

binutils 2.15.92.0.2

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3(x86_64)

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3 (i386)

elfutils-libelf 0.97

elfutils-libelf-devel 0.97

gcc 3.4.5

gcc-c++ 3.4.5

glibc 2.3.4-2.19 (x86_64)

glibc 2.3.4-2.19 (i686)

glibc-common 2.3.4

glibc-devel 2.3.4(x86_64)

glibc-devel 2.3.4 (i386)

libaio 0.3.105 (x86_64)

libaio 0.3.105 (i386)

libaio-devel 0.3.105

libgcc 3.4.5 (x86_64)

libgcc 3.4.5 (i386)

libstdc++ 3.4.5 (x86_64)

libstdc++ 3.4.5(i386)

libstdc++-devel 3.4.5

make 3.80

sysstat 5.0.5

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif21 2.1.30-11.RHEL4.4

Kernel 2.6.9

Linux x86-64

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5

Red Hat Linux 5

binutils 2.17.50.0.6

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3 (x86_64)

compat-libstdc++-33 3.2.3 (i386)

elfutils-libelf 0.125

elfutils-libelf-devel 0.125

gcc 4.1.1

gcc-c++ 4.1.1

glibc 2.5-12 (x86_64)

glibc 2.5-12 (i686)

glibc-common 2.5

glibc-devel 2.5 (x86_64)

glibc-devel 2.5-12 (i386)

libaio 0.3.106 (x86_64)

libaio 0.3.106 (i386)

libaio-devel 0.3.106

libgcc 4.1.1 (x86_64)

libgcc 4.1.1(i386 )

libstdc++ 4.1.1 (x86_64)

libstdc++ 4.1.1 (i386)

libstdc++-devel 4.1.1

make 3.81

sysstat 7.0.0

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif22 2.2.3

Kernel 2.6.18

Linux x86-64

SUSE 10

binutils 2.16.91.0.5

compat-libstdc++ 5.0.7-22.2

gcc 4.1.0

gcc-c++ 4.1.0

glibc 2.4-31.2

glibc-32bit 2.4-31.2

glibc-devel 2.4

glibc-devel-32bit 2.4

libaio 0.3.104

libaio-devel 0.3.104

libelf 0.8.5

libgcc 4.1.0

libstdc++ 4.1.0

libstdc++-devel 4.1.0

make 3.80

sysstat 6.0.2

openmotif 2.2.3

openmotif21-libs 2.1.30

Kernel 2.6.16.21

Linux x86-64

SUSE 11

binutils 2.19-11.28

gcc 4.3-62.198

gcc-c++ 4.3-62.198

glibc 2.9-13.2

glibc-32bit 2.9-13.2

glibc-devel 2.9

glibc-devel-32bit 2.9-13.2

libaio 0.3.104-140.22

libaio-devel 0.3.104-140.22

libgcc43 4.3.3_20081022

libstdc++43 4.3.3_20081022-11.18

libstdc++43-devel 4.3.3_20081022-11.18

make 3.81

sysstat 8.1.5-7.8

openmotif22 2.2.3

openmotif 2.2.3

Kernel 2.6.27.19-5-default

Solaris SPARC64

Solaris 9

SUNWarc

SUNWbtool

SUNWhea

SUNWlibC

SUNWlibm

SUNWlibms

SUNWsprot

SUNWtoo

SUNWi1of

SUNWi1cs

SUNWi15cs

SUNWxwfnt

SUNWsprox

SUNWmfrun

118558-22

112874-39

Solaris SPARC64

Solaris 10

SUNWarc

SUNWbtool

SUNWhea

SUNWlibC

SUNWlibm

SUNWlibms

SUNWsprot

SUNWtoo

SUNWi1of

SUNWi1cs

SUNWi15cs

SUNWxwfnt

SUNWmfrun

127111-02

137111-04

Solaris x86-64

Solaris 9

SUNWarc

SUNWbtool

SUNWhea

SUNWlibC

SUNWlibm

SUNWlibms

SUNWsprot

SUNWtoo

SUNWi1of

SUNWi1cs

SUNWi15cs

SUNWxwfnt

SUNWsprox

118558-22

112874-39

Solaris x86-64

Solaris 10

SUNWarc

SUNWbtool

SUNWhea

SUNWlibC

SUNWlibm

SUNWlibms

SUNWsprot

SUNWtoo

SUNWi1of

SUNWi1cs

SUNWi15cs

SUNWxwfnt

127111-02

137111-04

HP-UX Itanium

HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)

package value: B3394BA

version 2.1.0

PHCO_35524

HCO_36673

PHKL_35029

PHKL_35478

PHSS_35978

PHSS_35979

PHSS_37201

HP-UX Itanium

HP-UX 11i v3 (11.31)

package value: B3394BA

version 2.1.0

PHKL_36248

PHKL_36249

PHSS_37202

PHSS_37501

PHCO_38050

PHSS_38139

HP-UX PA-RISC

HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)

package value: B3394BA

version 2.1.0

PHCO_35524

PHCO_36673

PHKL_35029

PHKL_35478

PHKL_35767

PHKL_36853

PHSS_35101

PHSS_35102

PHSS_35103

PHSS_35176

PHSS_35978

PHSS_35979

PHSS_37201

HP-UX PA-RISC

HP-UX 11i v3 (11.31)

package value: B3394BA

version 2.1.0

PHKL_36248

PHKL_36249

PHSS_37202

PHSS_37501

PHCO_38050

AIX

6100-02

X11.motif.lib 2.1.30


AIX

5300-08

X11.motif.lib 2.1.30



4.2 Checking the Open File Limit

In addition to the requirements detailed in Table 6, the Open File Limit should also be checked. The minimum Open File Limit should be 4096.

The following examples are for Linux operating systems. Equivalent commands should be followed for other UNIX operating systems.

You can see how many files are open with the following command:

/usr/sbin/lsof | wc -l

To check your open file limits, use the commands below.

For C-shell:

limit descriptors

For Bash:

ulimit -n

To change the open file limits, login as root and edit the /etc/security/limits.conf file. Look for the following two lines:

* soft  nofile  2048
* hard  nofile  2048

Change the values from 2048 to 4096, then reboot the machine.

4.3 Installing Oracle Identity Management on Solaris x86-64 Platforms

If you are installing Oracle Identity Management on a Solaris x86-64 platform, you must patch all software versions to the most recent version before you configure a domain. Below is a recommended installation procedure; refer to the product documentation (Oracle Fusion Middleware Installation Guide for Oracle Identity Management) for more details.

  1. Install the most recent version of Oracle WebLogic Server.

  2. If necessary, run Repository Creation Utility (RCU) to create the database schemas.

  3. Perform a software-only installation (do not configure a domain) of the Release 11.1.1.2.0 software.

  4. Patch the software to the latest version with the Patch Set Installer.

  5. Run the configuration tool to configure a domain.

4.4 Installing Oracle HTTP Server on Linux Operating Systems Requires NPTL

If you are installing Oracle HTTP Server on a Linux operating system, the operating system needs to set Native POSIX Threads Library (NPTL) as the default threads-implementation. To check for this, run the following command:

getconf GNU_LIBPTHREAD_VERSION

The expected results should be "NPTL 2.3.4". Failing to have NPTL can result in unexpected behavior for the Oracle HTTP Server, especially if the Multi-Processing Module (MPM) is the Worker MPM.

4.5 Installing 32-Bit Oracle Forms and Reports on 64-Bit Linux and UNIX Operating Systems

move to R2 system requirements doc?

On Linux and UNIX operating systems, if you are installing the 32-bit version of the product, the system on which you are installing must also be a supported 32-bit system. Installing a 32-bit version of the product on a 64-bit system is not supported.

4.6 Installing as a Non-Default User on UNIX Operating Systems

On UNIX operating systems, the installation of Fusion Middleware products is owned and controlled as a known user (for example, "oracle"). The file permissions associated with this installation are configured to ensure the highest level of security possible, which by default are 700 (meaning all files are owned and accessible by the owner only).

Changing the default permissions settings will reduce the security of the installation and possibly your system. Therefore, making such a change is not recommended. If access to particular files or executables is required by other users, the UNIX sudo command (or other similar command) should be considered in lieu of changing file permissions.

Refer to your UNIX operating system Administrator's Guide or contact your operating system vendor if you need further assistance.

4.7 Applying Solaris Patches in Non-Global Zones

On Solaris operating systems, the prerequisite patches that are applied in the global zone can be considered applied in the non-global zones. There is only one kernel running on the system, and all zones must be at the same patch level with respect to the kernel and other Solaris system components. Kernel patches can only be applied from the global zone, and they affect the global and all non-global zones equally.

To check if a kernel patch is applied in the global zone, use the following command:

showrev -p | grep patch_number

For example, to check if patch 137111-04 is applied:

showrev -p | grep 137111

5 System Requirements for Windows Operating Systems

This section contains the following:

5.1 Certified Windows Operating Systems

Refer to the 11g Release 2 (11.1.2) certification document for the latest information on certified Windows operating systems. This document is available in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

5.2 Installing 32-Bit Oracle Forms and Reports on 64-Bit Windows Operating Systems

Oracle WebLogic Server provides different versions of its installer depending on your operating system and environment. Refer to the Oracle WebLogic Server Installation Guide for details.

If you are installing the 32-bit version of Oracle Forms and Reports onto a 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating system, you must use the 32-bit Oracle WebLogic Server installer with the 32-bit JDK. If you do not use the 32-bit WebLogic Server installer (for example, if you use the generic installer or the 64-bit installer), some patches may not be installed properly by the Oracle Forms and Reports installer.

5.3 Enabling User Account Control (UAC)

On Microsoft Windows operating systems, you must enable User Account Control (UAC) so that the correct permissions are applied to the cwallet.sso file.

To enable UAC:

  1. Run secpol.msc from the command prompt.

  2. Select Security Settings > Local Policies > Security Options.

  3. Set the User Account Control:Run all Administrator in Admin Approval Mode option to enabled.

  4. Restart the host.

  5. Restart the servers.

5.4 Required Installation Privileges

In order to install Oracle Forms and Reports or use the Oracle Forms and Reports Builders after installation, the operating system user must have Windows "Administrator" privileges.

Although the current user may have Windows "Administrator" privileges, if they are not the installation owner, the Windows UAC settings may need to be relaxed.

6 Oracle WebLogic Server Information

Oracle Forms and Reports 11g Release 2 (11.1.2) is released and tested with Oracle WebLogic Server 11gR1 (10.3.5). Oracle WebLogic Server can be obtained from the following URL:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/weblogic/downloads/

Refer to the certification document to see if there are additional versions of Oracle WebLogic Server that can be used with your version of Oracle Forms and Reports. This document is available in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations page:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/ias/downloads/fusion-certification-100350.html

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