people i have a problem i have a 32 bits sparc processor, and solaris 64 bits processor, i install a oracle data base 64 bits, but my oracle will not run because my processor is from 32 bits this is ok??, i know if i have x86 i cannot install a 64 bits operatin system in a 32 bits processor.
but solaris can run aplications of 64 bits on a processor of 32 bits? o i have to installa a Solaris of 32 bits to do more homogen
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Its stupid what iam asking, i need to install 32 bits aplicattions beceuse the processor is 32 bits
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I've just found that all my bits have vanished... both Savings and Checking accounts are showing '0' as the balance. I initially thought it was nefarious carry-on to blame but I can't see any evidence of a transfer out. Then I figured that bits had been... (3 Replies)
Ten movies have been nominated as best motion picture by the International Press Academy, presentation of the 2012 Satellite Awards will be held on 16th December at Los Angeles, CA.
Place your bits here on one of the below nominated movie of your choice:-
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My bits count is increasing and decreasing frequently. I haven't get infractions at present. But my bits count is getting increasing and decreasing frequently. Previously it was not like that. May know the reasons please?
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I know that exist a procedure to convert an OS using 32bits kernel to 64 bits kernel. But, exist a procedure to convert an OS using 64bits to 32 bits kernel?
Please help me.
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I have a Oracle Database on Solaris 5.10 .
Following file are showing with SUID/GUID bits .
-rwsr-xr-x root dba /optware/oracle/10.2.0.2/db/bin/extjob
What will happen if this is changed to oracle dba .
I need to know the will there be a effect if the owner of extjob is... (3 Replies)
I was wondering if anyone can tell me how to change 24 bits depth display to 8 bits depth display for Sun Ultra1, running Solaris 8? THANKS in advance. I think that the command is ffbconfig, but it has nothing about depth. (4 Replies)
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ATOMIC_OR(3) BSD Library Functions Manual ATOMIC_OR(3)NAME
atomic_or, atomic_or_32, atomic_or_uint, atomic_or_ulong, atomic_or_64, atomic_or_32_nv, atomic_or_uint_nv, atomic_or_ulong_nv,
atomic_or_64_nv -- atomic logical 'or' operations
atomic_or_32(volatile uint32_t *ptr, uint32_t bits);
atomic_or_uint(volatile unsigned int *ptr, unsigned int bits);
atomic_or_ulong(volatile unsigned long *ptr, unsigned long bits);
atomic_or_64(volatile uint64_t *ptr, uint64_t bits);
atomic_or_32_nv(volatile uint32_t *ptr, uint32_t bits);
atomic_or_uint_nv(volatile unsigned int *ptr, unsigned int bits);
atomic_or_ulong_nv(volatile unsigned long *ptr, unsigned long bits);
atomic_or_64_nv(volatile uint64_t *ptr, uint64_t bits);
The atomic_or family of functions load the value of the variable referenced by ptr, perform a logical 'or' with the value bits, and store the
result back to the variable referenced by ptr in an atomic fashion.
The *_nv() variants of these functions return the new value.
The 64-bit variants of these functions are available only on platforms that can support atomic 64-bit memory access. Applications can check
for the availability of 64-bit atomic memory operations by testing if the pre-processor macro __HAVE_ATOMIC64_OPS is defined.
SEE ALSO atomic_ops(3)HISTORY
The atomic_or functions first appeared in NetBSD 5.0.
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