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1 patrick77 ha hecho un comentario el Enlace permanente

We've been quite surprised this year on the effects engine speed can have. We have never taken it into account before when upgrading. <br /> Our z10 608 to 512 "upgrade" was a complete disaster. More MIPS, but just didn't work performance wise. <br /> Our z10 609 to z196 704 (on Sunday) has been an amazing success. Less MIPS, but much improved performance. <div>&nbsp;</div> If only we understood how to predict what difference engine speed changes would make to our performance!

2 developerWorks-FORUM ha hecho un comentario el Enlace permanente

I concur &amp; support this strongly. <br /> Jan Vanbrabant

3 MartinPacker ha hecho un comentario el Enlace permanente

Hello Patrick! (Not sure which one you are.) :-) Someone else complained there was no "happy ending" in this post. I think they're right. :-) For various reasons I'm inclined to ask for a CPU Queue Time number in SMF 30. I'm not sure how feasible that is. Nor quite how valuable that would be. My guesses are: 1) Pristine CPU Queue Time is difficult, and 2) It would be really quite valuable.

4 MartinPacker ha hecho un comentario el Enlace permanente

Thanks Jan! (Good to hear from you.)