|Basics of Disk I/O Performance
||This technical documentation is aimed at the persons responsible for the disk I/O performance of Fujitsu PRIMERGY servers. The document is intended to help understand disk I/O measuring methods and performance data in order to make suitable conclusions as to the customer-specific sizing and configuration of internal disk subsystems in PRIMERGY servers.
||This document provides an overview of the TPC-E benchmark and the optional TPC-Energy metrics.
||The OLTP-2 benchmark replaces the older OLTP benchmark, which is no longer usable with current system configurations.
||A de-facto standard benchmark that measures the maximum number of supported users in a SAP Sales & Distribution scenario.
||The benchmark supplements the family of SAP Standard Application Benchmarks by an instrument for the assessment of energy efficiency in SAP environments.
||The vServCon benchmark has been developed at Fujitsu for internal scaling measurements and relative performance comparisons of virtualization solutions within the PRIMERGY server family.
||The web server benchmark SPECweb2005 was developed by the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation and issued in 2005.
||This benchmark, in which processor and memory performance are measured, is a benchmark that is generally accepted by the industry.
||SPECjbb evaluates the performance of server-site Java by emulation a three-tier client/server system, with emphasis on the middle tier.
||This benchmark is to measure not only the performance but also the power characteristics of a server, thus allowing customers to compare the energy efficiency of different servers.
||This document provides an overview of the VMmark V1 benchmark that has been developed at VMware for cross-vendor comparisons of virtualization solutions.
||This document provides an overview of the VMmark V2 benchmark that has been developed at VMware for cross-vendor comparisons of virtualization solutions.
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