Asus Eee PC 1001 PX will stand Oracle9i (10g) ?


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I would like to ask the experts. Asus Eee PC 1001 PX will stand Oracle9i (10g)? The situation that is always at hand the necessary database and for this purpose I am thinking to buy a netbook. Whether to fail/slow down the DBMS on this netbook

PS. Clung 1001PX as satisfied with the price.
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Why Oracle? If you put expensive database, it may be to buy an expensive computer? Or save on the database and to buy something more productive?
Somehow I have associations with alloy wheels on the top corner there...
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The purposes for which database? You may not need Oracle?
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I work with this database (9i and 10g). I wanted to put on a netbook due to the fact that this computer is lightweight and easy to carry. (Of course the database on the netbook will be a secondary task). Here I wanted to ask pull if the database 1001 9 and 10 versions? Not much will slow down?
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I have a laptop (Asus Z99Le), but it weighs about 2.5 kg, which is not very convenient to wear
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Put oru on the laptop 3 year ago. After loading the OS yet will not start ora (10-15 minutes) the laptop impossible to use. The rest is working fine, special braking was. To put, of course, only the Express edition.
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the question is not quite correct, for example with the empty database, he did fly, but with 10Gb set may die
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For delivery of the course put the Express version of the Eee 900, about 7 tables of 100 entries, the brakes were only at boot time.
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Oracle 9i is released, I think in the early 2000s.
Then a dual P3 with a couple of gigs and SCSI was very cool.
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By attacking this particular netbook — well, maybe it would be better if there will be 2 Giga operatives. It may be better to buy used, but 2-core atom + RAM more?
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