We are currently setting up the tpc-c benchmark on the cluster. Tpc-c is the standard benchmark for OnLine Transaction Processing ( http://www.tpc.org/tpcc/ ). We will be doing some test runs on the pureScale cluster and some tuning to see what kind of throughput we can get out of the cluster for typical OLTP workloads . We will start out with 4 nodes first with the default parameters, then start tuning and tweaking. Please let me know if you want to know more?
pureScale on Linux
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As with all of the pureSystem family the use of patterns to automate repeatable tasks is a feature of pureData systems.
With pureData here are two types of patterns available:
1) Topology Patterns. Topology patterns will install all of the software required to run pureScale and create the pureScale instance on a number of compute nodes. You can deploy a topology pattern of 2, 4, or 6 nodes. The 2 node topology pattern consists of an instance of 2 members with a cluster caching facilities (CFs) co-located on each of two compute nodes. This is the smallest practical HA installation of Db2. The 4 nodes topology pattern consists of 2 members and 2 CFs on separate compute nodes. The 6 node topology pattern is a 4 member cluster with 2 CFs on separate compute nodes. Of course the more nodes you deploy to the higher the performance and resilience.
2) Database Patterns. A database pattern is essentially a method of storing and reusing database configuration settings. Databases patterns are used to create and configure a database within the instance topology. PureData systems will come with an IBM transaction processing database pattern. You can also "roll your own".