Which platforms does Symantec DLP require for Oracle installation?
Last Updated November 02, 2017
While the Oracle database can be installed on a very wide variety of platforms and operating systems (including, but not restricted to Solaris, AIX, MacOSX, VMS, SUSE, HP-UX, UNIX, SCOunix, Windows, Redhat Linux), what are the ONLY operating systems certified and supported by Symantec DLP?
Symantec DLP for versions 10.5.x and earlier* are certified for Oracle Database installations on Windows 2003 and Redhat Linux (32-bit only).
Support responsibility for Oracle installed on ANY OTHER platform falls to the customer.
The following excerpt is from the "Symantec Data Loss Prevention System Requirements and Compatibility Guide, version 10.0", page 20 :
Oracle database requirements Symantec Data Loss Prevention requires the Oracle 10g database version 10.2.0.4 with the most recent Critical Patch Update. Oracle can be run on Windows Server 2003 (any version) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (any version) operating systems.
Symantec DLP does not provide Oracle installation software, upgrades, hotfixes, guides, security patches for unsupported configurations.
*For information about DLP versions 11.0 and later, please see TECH218799.
Imported Document ID: TECH221684
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