On Mon, 3 Mar 2003, Tommi Maekitalo wrote:
> On the results page they list kernels like linux-2.4.18-1tier or
> linux-2.4.19-rc2 or redhat-stock-2.4.7-10cmp. This sounds really like
> Am Montag, 3. März 2003 13:41 schrieb cbbrowne(at)cbbrowne(dot)com:
> > > OSDL has just come out with a set of open-source database benchmarks:
> > > http://www.osdl.org/projects/performance/
> > >
> > > The bad news:
> > > "This tool kit works with SAP DB open source database versions 220.127.116.11
> > > or 18.104.22.168."
> > >
> > > (In fact, they seem to think they are testing kernel performance, not
> > > database performance, which strikes me as rather bizarre. But anyway.)
> > That may be a terminology thing; the main SAP-DB process is called the
> > "kernel," and it's more than likely that the "SAP-DB Kernel" is the sense
> > in which the term is being used.
> > When they translate things from German, sometimes wordings change :-).
> > --
> > output = reverse("moc.enworbbc@" "enworbbc")
> > http://www.ntlug.org/~cbbrowne/linuxxian.html
> > Rules of the Evil Overlord #41. "Once my power is secure, I will
> > destroy all those pesky time-travel devices."
> > <http://www.eviloverlord.com/>
I think they are testing how tuning the linux kernel impacts the database
running on top, at least that's the feeling I got from the site.
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