Oracle Linux 7 and Delphix

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Hi all,


I am trying out Delphix using Oracle Linux 7 with 11G of the DBMS. 

When provisioning a Dsource, I receive the message “No JDBC connection strings configured for this database”.  This may be an Oracle setting but I am not sure where to fit it in. 

Also when I try to do hostchecker (jar)  on the source environment I receive a message;  “Unable to identify platform”.  However the environment is picked up (i.e. the first part of the Dsource) as Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 7.0 (Maipo).

Any ideas welcome.




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john clark

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John, we do not yet support Oracle Linux 7 for Source or Target servers.  You can see our supported OS and DBMS version list at:

It may be that your DB is not registered with a listener, which is a prerequisite for adding it as a dSource to a Delphix Engine  If it is actually registered, you can manually add JDBC connection strings to the source database configuration in the environment editor.
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Hi John,

Delphix does not currently support RHEL 7 yet, so you're getting an issue because the release version returned does not match a "known" platform. If you have a RHEL 6.5 system you can use try that instead. The OS versions we support can be found here:

Best Regards,