Is anyone currently running SQL Anywhere 12.0.1.3505 on a Windows Server 2008 64-bit with SP1?

We are about to upgrade to SP1 so I decided to ask here to make sure there are no known issues.

TIA!

asked 02 Dec '11, 12:35

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Derli Marcochi
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edited 02 Dec '11, 17:13


Hi Derli,

I checked with my colleagues and it seems that everyone I've asked who has run SQL Anywhere on Windows Server 2008 has been running on it with SP2 applied.

One specific flavor I know that has been tried (not formally tested by QA, just tried internally) is "Windows Server 2008 R2 DataCenter x64 SP2".

Hope this is of some help,

Dan

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answered 05 Dec '11, 11:15

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Thanks Dan!!
We will update the SP in a Win2008 test server running 3505 before our customers do that in production.

(07 Dec '11, 09:27) Derli Marcochi

Unfortunately it didn't happen yet. I think we will end up updating the servers (32 and 64-bit) to SP3 instead (and with build # 3519 just released!).

(21 Dec '11, 17:57) Derli Marcochi
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