How to upgrade oracle 32 to 64 bit on sun solaris x86 64 bit OS?

Hi,
I want to upgrade/convert 32 bit Oracle Database 10.2.0.2 to 64 bit database. Existing 32 bit database is RAC and it is running on Sun Solaris X86 64 bit OS.
First, I want to know is it possible?
If yes, then what are the exact steps?

Hi,
Such a migration can be done, just follow the steps in Metalink note 62290.1
It is important to remember that 64-bit database requires more shared pool memory so you should increase your shared pool size.
Liron Amitzi
Senior DBA consultant
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Edited by: Liron Amitzi on Jul 1, 2009 3:08 PM

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