32-bit Clients to 64-bit Oracle Server 
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 32-bit Clients to 64-bit Oracle Server


We are currently using Oracle 8.0.5 on HP-UX 11.0.
All our clients(PRO*C) are running on the same
machine as the server and connect to the server by
setting ORACLE_SID. Now we have to deploy this
application on a 64-bit Oracle server. We are told
this is possible, but one has to set a variable
TWO_TASK to a service name in tnsnames.ora

Can some one explain the performance penalities
one can expect in this setup.
# How does the penalities compare with various
protocols: BEQ, IPC and TCP ?
# Is Net8 involved in such a conviguration, even
if both client and server are on the same host ?
# Can we estimate the penalities with a similar
configuration, TWO_TASK and all, but with a 32-bit
# The mannuals tell that the connections on unix
are always in two task mode, as opposed to single
task mode. So how is the above configuration
different from the one in which ORACLE_SID is used
and not TWO_TASK.

thanks for your interest,

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Wed, 18 Jun 1902 08:00:00 GMT
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