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Furthermore, many sysadmins and DBAs find it necessary or convenient to automate tasks related to their work.The installation of software, monitoring of system resources, and management of systems involve repetitive and error-prone tasks are better addressed through automated processes than manual procedures.

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done $ -------------------------------------------------------------- OK, fine. It certainly looks suspicious on the face of it: given the package size of 88MB and presuming the previous package wasn't orders of magnitude different in size it's hard to see where that size of change would come from. This is from another machine, with gcc not yet upgraded but otherwise identical: -------------------------------------------------------------- $ cd /var/cache/pkg $ cd All cd: All: No such file or directory $ ls -l gcc* -rw------- 1 root wheel 92395460 29 Nov gcc-4.6.4.20121102-rw------- 1 root wheel 4360 29 Nov gccmakedep-1.0.2$ sudo pkg info -s -F gcc-4.6.4.20121102gcc-4.6.4.20121102 flat size is: 0 B gcc-4.6.4.20121102 package size is: 0 B $ cd /var/db/pkg $ sqlite3 local.sqlite SQLite version 3.7.14.1 2012-10-04 Enter ".help" for instructions Enter SQL statements terminated with a ";" sqlite $ sudo pkg update Updating repository catalogue 100% 261KB 260.9KB/s 260.9KB/s $ sqlite3 repo.sqlite SQLite version 3.7.14.1 2012-10-04 Enter ".help" for instructions Enter SQL statements terminated with a ";" sqlite 4.6.4.20121123 The installation will free 1 GB 88 MB to be downloaded Proceed with upgrading packages [y/N]: y gcc-4.6.4.20121123100% 88MB 6.8MB/s 10.7MB/s Checking integrity... done (0 conflicting) The following 1 package(s) will be affected (of 0 checked): New packages to be INSTALLED: netatalk3: 3.1.8,1 [poudriere] The process will require 2 Mi B more space. To do so, add the following three lines to this file: netatalk auth required pam_try_first_pass netatalk account required pam_try_first_pass netatalk session required pam_### # pkg upgrade Updating Free BSD repository catalogue... [1/1] Extracting netatalk3-3.1.8,1: 100% Message from netatalk3-3.1.8,1: ### If you compiled WITH_PAM support, you need to edit /etc/to add support for netatalk. For example, if the server is running Oracle Solaris 11 and you want to update your repository to the Oracle Solaris 11 Update 1 repository, update the server to Oracle Solaris 11 Update 1 before you update your repository.Copied from terminal and pasted here: -------------------------------------------------------------- $ sudo pkg upgrade Updating repository catalogue Repository catalogue is up-to-date, no need to fetch fresh copy The following packages will be upgraded: Upgrading gcc: 4.6.4.20121102 - 4.6.4.20121123 The installation will free 1 GB 88 MB to be downloaded Proceed with upgrading packages [y/N]: y gcc-4.6.4.20121123100% 88MB 6.8MB/s 6.0MB/s Checking integrity...You can choose your language settings from within the program.

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About seven years ago, Oracle released the first commercial database on Linux.

Since then, Oracle, Red Hat, and Novell/SUSE have been steadily collaborating on changes to Linux kernel as they relate to database and application performance.

Many IT shops employ individuals who address concerns at the database as well as the operating system levels.

And of course the Oracle Database itself uses operating system resources and is designed to interact closely with its environment.

For that reason, Oracle Database 10 for Linux includes enhancements that are closely related to the operating system.