In my recent post entitled Exadata Database Machine X2-2 or X2-8? Sure! Why Not? Part I, I started to address the many questions folks are sending my way about what factors to consider when choosing between Exadata Database Machine X2-8 versus Exadata Database Machine X2-2. 682 more words
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Allocating hugepages for Oracle Database on Linux can be tricky. The following is a short list of some of the common problems associated with faulty attempts to get things properly configured: 1,022 more words
Linux Thinks It’s a CPU, But What Is It Really – Part III. How Do Intel Xeon 7500 (Nehalem EX) Processors Map To Linux OS Processors?
Last year I posted a blog entry entitled Linux Thinks It’s a CPU, But What Is It Really – Part I. Mapping Xeon 5500 (Nehalem) Processor Threads to Linux OS CPUs… 2,142 more words
Dell appears to be first to the market today with complete details on their Nehalem EX blade server, the PowerEdge M910. Based on the Nehalem EX technology (aka Intel… 323 more words
Intel is scheduled to “officially” announce today the details of their Nehalem EX CPU platform, although the details have been out for quite a while, however I wanted to highlight some key points. 460 more words
In May 2009 I made a blog entry entitled You Buy a NUMA System, Oracle Says Disable NUMA! What Gives? Part II. There had not yet been a Part I but as I pointed out in that post I would loop back and make Part I. 1,330 more words