On Thursday 05 July 2001 10:51, Víctor Romero wrote:
> I am running postgresql 7.1 on a SMP Linux box. It runs, but it never pass
> a loadavg of 0.4, no matter how I try to overload the system.
> The same configuration, the same executable, the same test on a non-SMP
> machine gives a loadavg of 19.
Sounds like a kernel issue.
However, the load average numbers alone are not enough information to get a
benchmark. You need to benchmark using a benchmark that can generate enough
traffic to load both machines and get good time results for the run of the
standard benchmark queries.
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