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TPM value for the servers

Gireesh
Occasional Advisor

TPM value for the servers

Hi All,

We are planning for a hardware upgrade on some of the servers.Could anyone help us in getting the TPM value for the hp-ux servers

rp7420
rp7410
rp4440
rp5470
rp3440
rp3440#1
N4000
L2000-36
L2000-54
L3000-7x
L1500-7x
rx2620
rx4640
rx2660
R390

Also please let us know whether any commands are there to get this information.

Regards
Abhilash
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Pete Randall
Outstanding Contributor

Re: TPM value for the servers

Try here:

http://www.infoworld.com/event/virtualization/20070424/docs/Keynote-HP_Virtualization_Solutions.pdf

or try a Google search, which is where I came up with that.


Pete

Pete
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: TPM value for the servers

Shalom,

These figures are not realistic. They do measure system power relative to each other but are not necessarily good as comparisons to other makes of servers.

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Jagadesh_2
Regular Advisor

Re: TPM value for the servers

Do we have a software or a script to measure these from servers. As TPM is based on the servers hardware (CPU/Memory/Storage connected/ i/o etc).

Thanks
Jagadesh
rick jones
Honored Contributor

Re: TPM value for the servers

TPM for what workload? If you mean TPM-C from The TPC's TPC-C benchmark, then any results which can be shared publicly can be found at http://www.tpc.org/

WRT your list, the rx2660 is current hardware.

One other commonly used benchmark to compare servers would be SPECint_rate - currently that would be SPECint_rate2006. Prior to that it was SPECint_rate2000. Published results can likely be found at http://www.spec.org/ If I recall correctly, SPEC does not endorse attempts to "convert" SPECcpu2006 results to SPECcpu2000 results and vice versa, even if you happen to see both published for the same system.

Otherwise, you probably need to get in touch with an HP sales rep to discuss relative peformance for some/most/all of those systems.
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