mysql scalability: freebsd vs solaris

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mysql scalability: freebsd vs solaris

Sergey Kandaurov
Do anyone have MySQL scalability comparison numbers between
FreeBSD7.x/8 and Solaris?

Thanks.

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Re: mysql scalability: freebsd vs solaris

Sergey Kandaurov
2009/1/27 pluknet <[hidden email]>:
> Do anyone have MySQL scalability comparison numbers between
> FreeBSD7.x/8 and Solaris?
>
> Thanks.

I have quick'n'dirty scalability benchmark.

HW: 2 x Intel(r) Xeon(r) CPU           E5405  @ 2.00GHz
8 cpus summary.

Values extracted from sysbench:

read/write requests     1 thread        /       8 threads

FreeBSD 6.2             6091.80                 5614.48
FreeBSD 7.1             6741.98                 28091.60
SunOS 5.10              4286.61                 6949.80


Too strange for Solaris..


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Sergey Kandaurov
2009/1/27 pluknet <[hidden email]>:
> read/write requests     1 thread        /       8 threads
>
> FreeBSD 6.2             6091.80                 5614.48
> FreeBSD 7.1             6741.98                 28091.60
> SunOS 5.10              4286.61                 6949.80
>

Err.. It seems we overoptimized our MySQL or whatever..
Official 5.0.67 build for SunOS gives us:

   SunOS 5.10              5676.93                25085.87


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