Benchmarking and systems performance - hosted by Elisabeth Stahl

Elisabeth Stahl

Blog Authors:  ELISABETH STAHL   is Chief Technical Strategist and Executive IT Specialist, IBM Systems and Technology Group, and has been working in systems performance for over 25 years.

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Too bad p570 p6 4.7GHz can't beat the Sun T2000 result with the same # of chips and much lower cost!<div>&nbsp;</div> Sun Fire T2000 Oracle Application Server 10g Release 10.1.3.2 - Java Edition with 2 chips (2 systems) did 1871.13 JOPS! Thats 56% faster!

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Phil - Thanks for your comment but you really should add that the result you mentioned needed 16 cores, 4 times the number of cores of the systems discussed.

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estahl,<div>&nbsp;</div> I agree with your comment and I can add that one should go a step further by looking at the whole system configuration that was used and what was really done to achieve the figures (tuning operations). Compare what is comparable !

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IBM System p 570 (4 cores, 2 4.7 GHz POWER6 chips, 2 cores/chip, 16 GB memory) vs. HP rx2600 (4 cores, 2 1.6 GHz Itanium 2 chips, 2 cores/chip, 16 GB memory)<div>&nbsp;</div> Is that not high end IBM vs. HP "entry" level?<div>&nbsp;</div> http://h20341.www2.hp.com/integrity/cache/331424-0-0-225-121.html<div>&nbsp;</div> Hardly like for like or apples for apples, is it?

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cy - Thanks for your comment. POWER and Itanium systems are often compared. The number of chips, cores, and amount of memory is also the same.

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