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02 Jul 2010 WAN Emulation with hxbt [23236]
Use this Little Known Tool in Conjunction with Solaris OS

Have you heard about the hxbt driver, a solution that works with the Solaris OS? Joerg Moellenkamp thinks you might not have, which is why he is introducing it to as wide an audience as possible in his blog Less known Solaris features: hxbt or WAN emulation. "With hxbt," he writes, "there is a STREAMS driver for Solaris that implements such a WAN emulation that's able to simulate certain characteristics of a wide area connection."
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29 Jun 2010 Solaris and OpenSolaris Book Recommendations [23246]
For Beginner-, Intermediate-, and Advanced-level Users

Joerg Moellenkamp, who has authored and published a set of tutorials on the "Less Known Solaris Features", has offered a list of must-have book recommendations on the Oracle Solaris and OpenSolaris operating systems. He has categorized these references for beginner-, intermediate-, and advanced-level users.
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24 Jun 2010 Sun SPARC Enterprise M5000, Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array Set Payroll Processing World Record [23222]
On PeopleSoft Payroll 9.0 (North American) 500K Employees Benchmark

The Sun SPARC Enterprise M5000 server together with the Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array system processed payroll for 500K employees using 32 payroll threads with a payroll processing result of 50.11 (time in minutes). The world-record result proved to be 92% faster than an HP rx7640 and 18% faster than the IBM z10 EC 2097-709 mainframe as measured for payroll processing tasks in the Peoplesoft Payroll 9.0 (North American) benchmark.
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29 Apr 2010 SPC-1C Benchmark Results for the Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array [23069]
Outdoes IBM System Storage EXP12S

Readers will have a fuller understanding of Joerg Moellenkamp's blog on SPC-1C results for the Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array if they familiarize themselves with the nature of the SPC1C benchmark, which they can do through the link at the bottom of this article. Briefly, the author notes that SPC-1C is similar to SPC-1 but for smaller systems.
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21 Apr 2010 Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000-32 versus IBM p595 [23051]
Both Machines Using 3 TB Scaling Factor

The TPC BenchmarkTM H (TPC-H) is a Decision Support benchmark that evaluates the performance of various Decision Support systems by the execution of sets of queries against a standard database under controlled conditions. In this particular instance, as reported by Joerg Moellenkamp in his blog, a Sun SPARC Enterprise M9000 using Oracle Database 11g Release 2 Enterprise Edition with partitioning and automatic storage management was pitted against an IBM p595, with both servers at the same 3 TB scaling factor. The Sun M9000-32 was reported to yield 188,229 QphH@3000GB with 32 processors, 128 cores, resulting in $23.99/QphH@3000GB.
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