Oracle 10g Database Performance on Windows Server 2008 Hyper-v


Performance Tuning Corporation recently published a new whitepaper about Performance of Oracle 10gR2 Database on Hyper-v. You can review it at http://www.perftuning.com/pdf/Oracle%2010g%20on%20Hyper-V%202008%20Paper.pdf


The paper compares the performance using the public doman Swnigbench kit. Both OLTP and OLAP scenarios are covered. Impressive results show near physical performance on pass thorough disks. Read the full paper today.









































Application:


SwingBench Order Entry - Full OLTP Transaction Mix   (4 CPUs)


Benchmark Scenario


Total
Concurrent
Users


Avg.
CPU
Utilization


Storage
Utilization


Memory
Utilization
(4GB SGA)


Swap
Utilization


Average
TPMs
Achieved


Max
TPMs
Achieved


Average
TPSs
Achieved


Max
TPSs
Achieved


HyperV01


50


95%


64% / 74%


46%


0%


16,916


18,634


294


407


Physical01


50


92%


66% / 75%


44%


0%


17,071


19,637


299


445


  









































Application:


SwingBench Order Entry – “Browse-Only” Transaction Mix   (4 CPUs)


Benchmark Scenario


Total
Concurrent
Users


Avg.
CPU
Utilization


Storage
Utilization


Memory
Utilization
(4GB SGA)


Swap
Utilization


Average
TPMs
Achieved


Max
TPMs
Achieved


Average
TPSs
Achieved


Max
TPSs
Achieved


HyperV01


50


15%


64% / 74%


43%


0%


48,463


51,196


844


876


Physical01


50


10%


66% / 78%


42%


0%


47,148


52,290


819


891


 

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