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26 May 2011 Oracle Completes Certification of Oracle RAC 11gR2 (with Clusterware) on Oracle Solaris 10 Containers ("Zones"). [24205]
Supported Virtualization and Partitioning Technologies for Oracle Daasestabase and RAC Product Releases

Oracle has posted a tabular list of Supported Virtualization and Partitioning Technologies for Oracle Database and RAC Product Releases that identifies those virtualization/partitioning technologies already supported and reaffirms the policies that each new OS and its complementary virtualization/partitioning technology, must be certified by Oracle and, further, that each new OS plus its virtualization/partitioning solution must be guaranteed by the appropriate hardware vendor to be backward compatible to the version listed in the tables cited in the above link.
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17 Sep 2010 "Virtualizing Your Enterprise Infrastructure: Zones Physical to Virtual (P2V)" [23481]
Migration in Four Easy Steps

It's a short path -- a mere four steps -- to virtualize existing Oracle Solaris 10 physical systems into Oracle Solaris Containers: check, capture, construct, and configure. An Oracle white paper explains just how easy this process is and how, among its other advantages, Oracle Solaris Containers provides an easy upgrade path to forthcoming Oracle Solaris releases.
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20 Jan 2010 Vintage Custom Support for Solaris 2.6 and 7 Reach End of Service Life [22693]
Upgrading to Solaris 10 OS Recommended

Vintage customer support for Solaris 2.6 and 7 have reached retirement. Support calls will no longer be accepted and patch access will no longer be available for these versions, Sun reports. It is recommended that all customers using Solaris upgrade to the latest release, version 10.
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14 May 2009 Solaris 9 OS Set for Retirement [21797]
Orders to Stop at the End of July

The Solaris 9 Operating System has reached its end of life (EOL) as Sun announced that the last order date for this Unix version will be July 31, 2009. Consequently, the last ship date will be October 30 of this year and end of service life on the same day just five years later (October 30, 2014).
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06 Jan 2009 Review of News for 2008 - 3 of 3 [21172]
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