TPC-C


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TPC-C

A benchmark that measures overall transaction processing performance. See TPC.
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TPC-C is an industry-standard benchmark for measuring a system's processing performance based on an enterprise transaction model for handling orders.
The record-setting performance was based on the independent TPC-C benchmark, achieving a cost of $22.
Buffer management insights: the least-recently-used (LRU) replacement algorithm is close to optimal for all the workloads except for TPC-C.
The three virtualized databases must have the same attributes, including the same number of TPC-C warehouses, the same number of TPC-E load units, or the same TPC-DS or TPC-H scale factors.
The TPC-E benchmark was launched in mid-March of this year and is the much-anticipated successor to TPC-C, the popular yardstick for comparing On-Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) performance on various hardware and software configurations.
TPC-E is the result of years of development to produce a balanced, relevant, modern OLTP benchmark which is a worthy successor to TPC-C.
NASDAQ:NTAP) today announced a record-high TPC-C Benchmark(TM) performance result for an Intel(R) Xeon(R) processor-based server (visit www.
TPC-C and TPC-H are trademarks of the Transaction Performance Processing Council.
TPC-C running DB2: the p5-570 system holds the record for the fastest 16-way result, is the only 16-way system in the TPC-C top ten list by performance and beats a 16-way HP Integrity system by 168% and a 64-way HP PA-RISC system by nearly 50% (1).
HP also announced a TPC-C benchmark result that joins previously published HP ProLiant DL585 world-record results, positioning HP as the top-performing x86 four-way server vendor.
UICI's independent testing shows the ES7000 with Intel(r) Itanium 2(r) processors achieves a four-fold performance improvement; TPC-C benchmark also sets new performance record
HP (NYSE:HPQ) today announced that it has set a world record Transaction Processing Council TPC-C benchmark with the lowest price-to-performance ratio of $1.