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Enterprise Linux Today: HP Announces First Linux Cluster TPC-C Benchmark with Oracle and Red Hat

Sep 16, 2002, 21:15 (9 Talkback[s])

"HP today announced that HP ProLiant servers have delivered the first Linux TPC-C benchmark results running Oracle 9i Real Application Clusters on the Red Hat Linux Advanced Server operating system. With this benchmark, HP ProLiant servers become the first industry-standard server platform to offer enterprise-class performance for a clustered Oracle database in a Linux environment.

"Demonstrating the cost and maintenance benefits of running Linux-based hardware and software in enterprise-operating environments, an 8-node cluster of HP ProLiant DL580 servers using Intel Pentium III Xeon processors and HP StorageWorks MSA1000 storage system achieved 138,362.03 tpmC (transactions per minute) at a cost of $17.21/tpmC with Red Hat Linux Advanced Server..."

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