From: Jack on

How to disable "Management Pack Access" what we do not need/have no lisence?

Is it possible to create more than one instance?
(or need we combine databases?)


From: Mladen Gogala on
On Fri, 09 Apr 2010 11:39:02 +0300, Jack wrote:

> How to disable "Management Pack Access" what we do not need/have no
> lisence?
>
> Is it possible to create more than one instance? (or need we combine
> databases?)

By setting the control_management_pack_access to the appropriate value.



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From: Jack on

"Mladen Gogala" <no(a)email.here.invalid> kirjoitti
viestiss´┐Ż:pan.2010.04.09.16.15.11(a)email.here.invalid...
> On Fri, 09 Apr 2010 11:39:02 +0300, Jack wrote:
>
>> How to disable "Management Pack Access" what we do not need/have no
>> lisence?
>>
>> Is it possible to create more than one instance? (or need we combine
>> databases?)
>
> By setting the control_management_pack_access to the appropriate value.
>
>
>
> --
> http://mgogala.byethost5.com

Thanks, it seems to be none as default. Amazing...

Do you know about that instance question, conserning SE1-version?
(SE1= Standard Edition One)


From: John Hurley on
# Is it possible to create more than one instance?

Yup.

# (or need we combine databases?)

Making me nervous with questions like that. Are you coming from SQL
Server?

Do you know the difference in Oracle land between a schema and a
database?

From: Shakespeare on
Op 9-4-2010 19:06, Jack schreef:
> "Mladen Gogala"<no(a)email.here.invalid> kirjoitti
> viestiss´┐Ż:pan.2010.04.09.16.15.11(a)email.here.invalid...
>> On Fri, 09 Apr 2010 11:39:02 +0300, Jack wrote:
>>
>>> How to disable "Management Pack Access" what we do not need/have no
>>> lisence?
>>>
>>> Is it possible to create more than one instance? (or need we combine
>>> databases?)
>>
>> By setting the control_management_pack_access to the appropriate value.
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> http://mgogala.byethost5.com
>
> Thanks, it seems to be none as default. Amazing...
>
> Do you know about that instance question, conserning SE1-version?
> (SE1= Standard Edition One)
>
>

If you have Named User Plus Licenses, you may install as much instances
as you like, on as many servers as you like, as long as the servers meet
the requirements of 2 sockets, and they are used by the same named (real
life) users you licensed (so add up all users if they are not the same).

If you have CPU Licenses, you may install as many instances as you like
on the server you licensed.

When you install SE One, all the packs for Enterprise Edition are
disabled by default.

Shakespeare