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November 13, 1995


By CBR Staff Writer

Oracle Corp, Redwood Shores, California, has worked with Intel Corp, Compaq Computer Corp, Santa Cruz Operation Inc and Novell Inc to put its Oracle7 release 7.2 Parallel Server clustered database up on a four-node cluster of Compaq ProLiant Pentium Pro 4-Processor symmetric multiprocessing servers, connected to a disk array by shared array and to each other by private Ethernet (CI No 2,790). The UnixWare implementation will be generally available by the middle of next year. Oracle claims it is the first such clustering implementation for standard iAPX-86 servers running shrink-wrapped Unix and said it is now in discussions with two other Unix vendors. Oracle’s forthcoming Battlestar distributed management technology and Failsafe software will ship next month as a part of Oracle 7.2.

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