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Isn't Exadata 2 based on Sun's x64 servers, and not on SPARC servers? http://www.theregister.co.uk/2009/09/15/oracle_sun_exadata_v2/
Exadata-2 not SPARC
x86, Sun X4270s, running Linux.
re: Exadata-2 not SPARC
Your point exactly?
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