On 6/11/07, Markus Schiltknecht <markus(at)bluegap(dot)ch> wrote:
> Heikki Linnakangas wrote:
> > Markus Schiltknecht wrote:
> >> For dbt2, I've used 500 warehouses and 90 concurrent connections,
> >> default values for everything else.
> > 500? That's just too much for the hardware. Start from say 70 warehouses
> > and up it from there 10 at a time until you hit the wall. I'm using 30
> > connections with ~100 warehouses on somewhat similar hardware.
> Aha! That's why... I've seen the '500' in some dbt2 samples and thought
> it'd be a good default value.
> But it makes sense that the benchmark doesn't automatically 'scale down'...
> Stupid me.
> Thanks again! Hoping for larger NOTPMs.
Yeah, I ran with 500+ warehouses, but I had 6 14-disk arrays of 15K
RPM scsi drives and 6 dual-channel controllers... :)
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