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Oracle 10g sets Linux world record

Oracle just announced that 10g Sets New World Record TPC-C Benchmark Result for a 4 CPU System Running Red Hat Linux

 

http://www.oracle.com/corporate/press/2005_jan/01.12.05%20oracle%20on%20linux%20benchmark%20final%20site.html

 

This TPC-C (online transactions) benchmark shows over 160,000 transactions per minute (about 2,500 transactions per second), using a 4-CPU Intel server with Itanuim2 chips:

 

Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition (four-processor maximum) running on an HP Integrity rx4640 server with four Intel(r) Itanium(r) 2 1.6 GHz processors and the Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 operating system, achieved world record performance of any four processor system on Linux of 161,217 tpmC (transactions per minute) with a price-performance ratio of $3.94/tpmC.

 

Oracle was the first to exceed one million transactions per minute with world record performance on Linux of 1.18 million transactions per minute on a sixteen-node HP Integrity server cluster running Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Real Application Clusters, in addition to achieving the fastest ever TPC-C non-clustered result on Linux with a performance leading result of 683,575 tpmC on an NEC Express5800 server. Oracle Database 10g Standard Edition One (two-processor maximum) is recognized by the TPC as the 2-processor performance and price-performance leader on Linux with 51,506 tpmC at $1.81/tpmC, achieved on an HP Integrity rx2600 server.
 


 

 
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