Upgrading from ASE (32-bit) 220.127.116.11 on Solaris 2.8 64-bit to ASE(64-bit) 12.5.1 on Solaris 64-bit
We are planning to upgrade our ASE servers from a 32-bit ASE 18.104.22.168 to
64-bit ASE 12.5.1 on Solaris 8. Could you please give what are the steps to
be taken care and how do I start with ( Do I have to first upgrade to
32-bit12.5.1 and then upgrade to 64-bit ASE 12.5.1, or directly upgrade from
32-bit 22.214.171.124 to 64-bit 12.5.1 ?).
Could you also please point to some documentation (about upgrading 32-bit
126.96.36.199 to 64-bit 12.5.1).
...Upgrade ASE 12.0/64 bit on AIX 4.3.3 to ASE 12.5.x/64 bit on AIX 5.2
Trying to find what is the supported upgrade path for the above. Going from
12.0/64bit on AIX 4.3.3 to 12.5 (or 12.5.x) 64bit on AIX 5.2.
If I put AIX 5.2 , the dataserver binary of 12.0 will not work which is used
during the upgrade.
If I put 12.5.x on 4.3.3, the dataserver binary will not work beacuse it is
new binary for 5.2.
Other than backup the databases and load them to the new server, is there a
supported how to upgrade?
...Advantages of 64-bit ASE 12.5 over 32-bit ASE 12.5
What are the advantages of 64-bit Server over 32-bit server ?
We are thinking of upgrading our servers from 32-bit ASE 188.8.131.52 to ASE
12.5, But we are stuck while taking a decision about 32-bit or 64-bit.
Management wants to know why do we have to go 64-bit while the 32-bit works
This document is an FAQ on ASE 64-bit and may be of help:
The only real advantage is the ability to assign a larger amount of memory
to ASE, thereby allowing for larger data caches and reduced physical io.
<rk> wrote ...Migration from ASE-64 bits 184.108.40.206 to ASE 64 bits 12.5.3 for AIX 5.3
Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to
migrate an ASE 220.127.116.11 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64
> Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to
> migrate an ASE 18.104.22.168 to ASE 12.5.3 on unix 5.3 ? (64
> Thank you
Apply 12.5.2 IR then 12.5.3 esd 5.
Jason L. Froebe
On Tue, 31 Jan 2006 07:18:22 -0800, kamel wrote:
> Here there someone to indicate me the road tasks in order to migrate an
> ASE 22.214.171.124 ...Migration from ASE 12.0 32 bit to ASE 12.x 64 bit
Pundits one and all,
We are looking closely at migrating from ASE 126.96.36.199 ESD#2 32 bit on a
Solaris platform to 64 bit ASE. Notwithstanding improvements in ASE 12.5
that may benefit us, the main driver is to take maximum advantage of the 16G
physical memory on the host.
Simplistically we could either ...
a) convert to 64 bit ASE 12.0 (as phase 1), then convert to ASE 12.5 64 bit
(as phase 2) at a later date, or
b) convert to 32 bit ASE 12.5 (as phase 1), then convert at 64 bit after
gaining confidence in the version change,
c) convert to 64 bit ASE 12.5 in one fell swoop to m...Can I use ASE 12.5.2 64-bit license on an ASE 12.5.2 32-bit install
I want to install sybase ASE 12.5.2 on my machine (2GB of
memory) but my license certificate has a 64 bit license
Can I use the 64-bit license on my 32 bit ASE 12.5.2
No you cannot
> I want to install sybase ASE 12.5.2 on my machine (2GB of
> memory) but my license certificate has a 64 bit license
> Can I use the 64-bit license on my 32 bit ASE 12.5.2
...dump and load from 64-bit Solaris/32-bit ASE .. to .. AMD64/32-bit ASE
Will a cross-platform load be done by Sybase ASE if the dump was made from
64-bit Solaris9 / 32-bit ASE and the load database is to be done on AMD64 /
32-bit ASE ??
What about from 64-bit Solaris9 / 32-bit ASE .. to AMD64 / 64-bit ASE ??
On Sun, 18 Sep 2005 17:27:19 -0700, Jesus M. Salvo Jr. wrote:
> Will a cross-platform load be done by Sybase ASE if the dump was made from
> 64-bit Solaris9 / 32-bit ASE and the load database is to be done on AMD64
> / 32-bit ASE ??
> What about from 64-bit Solaris9 / 32-bit ASE .. to AMD64 / 64-bit ASE ??
Yes, tha...Migrating from ASE 12.0 32-bit to ASE 12.0 64-bit
Has anyone run into any problems migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit?
...Migrating from ASE 12.0 32-bit to ASE 12.0 64-bit
Has anyone run into any problems migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit?
...Building 64 bit Python against 32 bit ASE on 64-bit Linux
I've been using various version of
SYBASE=/usr/local/packages/sybase* to no avail. They all are
giving me errors lated to "libblk". any ideas?
/usr/bin/ld: skipping incompatible
/usr/local/packages/sybase_OLD/lib/libblk.a when searching
If possible could you CC mrogish at tigr dot org since I am
using the Sybase.com forums reader and it is difficult to
bookmark this thread.
/usr/local/packages/python64-2.4.2/bin/python setup.py build
c...Differences between 12.5 64-bit and 188.8.131.52 32-bit ASE
Is there any documentation about the differences between 12.5 64-bit and
184.108.40.206 32-bit ASE version that will affect DEVELOPMENT group ( not the
administation stuff, but mostly on T-SQL, RESERVED words, or some new
Sure, for the differences between versions, see the "What's New"
document at (for 12.5.1)
The difference between 32-bit and 64-bit comes down to how much
shared memory you can access. 32-bit is generally limited
to 2gb-4gb of memory (depending on platform), while 6...Difference on ASE-12 32-bit & 64-bit on IBM AIX SP-64 machine
I would like to get more information for ASE-12 upgrade on IBM AIX SP-64
machine. What is the different between ebf9311 (32-bit) and ebf9312 (64-bit)
on ASE-12? Are they compatible for IBM SP-64 machine. If just install 32-bit
version, what will be suffered than install 64-bit version?
> I would like to get more information for ASE-12 upgrade on IBM AIX SP-64
> machine. What is the different between ebf9311 (32-bit) and ebf9312 (64-bit)
> on ASE-12?
The EBFs are related to the version. If you have ASE 12 (32 bit version),
you n...Performance advantage of ASE 64 Bit over ASE 32 Bit version
Is any there any performance gains when using ASE 64 bit
versus ASE 32 bit version like larger memory gains hence
The more memory , the more data you can cache, the better performance.
<Jayesh> wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> Hi Folks,
> Is any there any performance gains when using ASE 64 bit
> versus ASE 32 bit version like larger memory gains hence
> good performance?
> The more memory , the more data you can cache, the better...ASE 64 bit AMD 64 Xeon 32 bit and Support
Got a question for the experts.
We are looking at moving to Linux RH ES 3 or 4 for our production and
We have been running ASE on Linux as our development database for a couple
of years with out any troubles. Currently ASE SBE on RHES 3.
I noticed ASE has a "released" status for AMD 64. What type of support
does Sybase provide for released vs certified. I would not want our
support contract to be useless if we run the 64 bit version.
Our backup server would be a 32 bit Xeon based machine. Any
troubles/pitfalls doing ...