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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems
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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems (Sun Fire X4270)

Today Sun announced multiple servers based on Intel's Nehalem Processor. I had early access to a Sun Fire X4270 server (2 socket) for a couple of weeks. I used this opportunity to test some of latest MySQL performance and scalability enhancements. For someone unfamiliar with this system, this is a 2 socket 2U server with support for a max of 144GB of memory. With hyperthreading turned on, the operating system sees 16 CPUs.

Before I share the results of my findings, lets get clear on the terminology. Socket refers to physical sockets on the motherboard. CPU refers to the number of processors seen by the operating system. Core refers to the physical processing unit. A Nehalem socket has 4 cores. Thread refers to the hyperthreading threads. One Nehalem core has 2 threads. Using

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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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Scaling Olio on Sun's Nehalem Systems and Amber Road
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I introduced Olio a little while ago as a toolkit to help web developers and deployers as well as performance/operations engineers. Olio includes a web2.0 application as well as the necessary software required to drive load against it. Today, we are showcasing the first major deployment of Olio on Sun's newest Intel Nehalem based systems - the SunFire X2270 and the SunFire X4270. We tested 10,000 concurrent users (with a database of 1 million users) using over 1TB of storage in the unstructured object store.

The diagram below shows the configuration we tested.



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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems
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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems (Sun Fire X4270)

Today Sun announced multiple servers based on Intel's Nehalem Processor. I had early access to a Sun Fire X4270 server (2 socket) for a couple of weeks. I used this opportunity to test some of latest MySQL performance and scalability enhancements. For someone unfamiliar with this system, this is a 2 socket 2U server with support for a max of 144GB of memory. With hyperthreading turned on, the operating system sees 16 CPUs.

Before I share the results of my findings, lets get clear on the terminology. Socket refers to physical sockets on the motherboard. CPU refers to the number of processors seen by the operating system. Core refers to the physical processing unit. A Nehalem socket has 4 cores. Thread refers to the hyperthreading threads. One Nehalem core has 2 threads.

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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems
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MySQL Scalability on Nehalem systems (Sun Fire X4270)

Today Sun announced multiple servers based on Intel's Nehalem Processor. I had early access to a Sun Fire X4270 server (2 socket) for a couple of weeks. I used this opportunity to test some of latest MySQL performance and scalability enhancements. For someone unfamiliar with this system, this is a 2 socket 2U server with support for a max of 144GB of memory. With hyperthreading turned on, the operating system sees 16 CPUs.

Before I share the results of my findings, lets get clear on the terminology. Socket refers to physical sockets on the motherboard. CPU refers to the number of processors seen by the operating system. Core refers to the physical processing unit. A Nehalem socket has 4 cores. Thread refers to the hyperthreading threads. One Nehalem core has 2 threads.

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