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05 May 2010 Oracle Sun Accelerator F20 PCIe Card Can Improve Performance Over HDD Solutions [23071]
Benchmark Finds Performance Increments in Both Scalability, Quality of Service

A blog in the Sun BestPerf series, "Oracle Sun Flash Accelerator F20 PCIe Card Accelerates Web Caching Performance," reports on a benchmarking exercise that demonstrates the excellence of the Sun F20 PCle Card as a candidate to improve performance over using HDD solutions.
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04 Feb 2010 Server News Bites [22764]
Short Items of Interest on Sun Servers

  • T5140/T5240 Better IO Redundancy Than IBM Power 520 Server
  • Updating Firmware on ILOM-based Sun Servers
  • New 2TB SATA Drives for Sun Storage J4200 and J4400 Arrays
  • Hot-pluggable, 2TB, 3.5-inch, 7200 RPM SATA Drive for Sun Fire X4275 Servers
  • Sun Fire X4540 Controller Module ATO Option with 128 GB Memory

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21 Jan 2010 OpenSolaris News Bites [22744]
Short Items of Interest for the OpenSolaris Community

  • OpenSolaris Supports Sun Storage J4000 Arrays
  • ZFS send dedup integrated in OpenSolaris
  • Trusted Extensions Support for CUPS
  • iSCI Boot
  • Installing OpenSolaris on SPARC using LiveCD
  • iSCI SAN
  • Enabling xVM on OpenSolaris
  • Creating Paravirtualized CentOS 5.3 DomU
  • Configuring a Home File Server
  • Sun Supported IPS Repositories
  • Setting Keyboard Layouts
  • Other OpenSolaris Tips and Tricks

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14 Dec 2009 Database Study Observes Performance Gains of Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array [22480]
Examines Query Performance for Data Warehousing Workload

A database study comparing the performance of storage architectures using Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array and storage architecture based only on traditional hard disks was recently conducted, and its results presented by Chang Shu. Both atomic queries such as sorts / joins, and advanced queries containing complex business logic were tested in order to observe the performance gains in using F5100 Flash Array.
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29 Oct 2009 How Takeover and Failback Operations Work in the Sun Storage 7000 Series [22389]
The Latest Changes in System Software

Takeover and failback are the two operations users most commonly associate with clusters. A recent Sun blog addresses how these operations in their latest iterations work on the Sun Storage 7310 and 7410 NAS appliances.
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