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N4000 specs - TPM, users, no. of databases

 
Omar Alvi_1
Super Advisor

N4000 specs - TPM, users, no. of databases

Hi,

I was looking for the specs sheet for N4000 servers butcould only locate the rp7400.

Since the issues are very specific I needed the N4000 specs. The system has 4 processors

- What are the TPM specs for this?
- What is the maximum number of users the N4000 supports?
- Regarding multiple databases, is support for this an issue related to oracle, or the hardware, or simply kernel parameters?

Wanted to know if the server could support 4 databses with 200 users.

Appreciate any assistance

Thanks and Regards,

-Alvi
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Stf
Esteemed Contributor

Re: N4000 specs - TPM, users, no. of databases

Stf
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Joseph Loo
Honored Contributor

Re: N4000 specs - TPM, users, no. of databases

hi,

TPM as you may know is the transaction per minute of the CPU. You may refer to this:

http://www.abtechsys.com/hp_servers/n_class.html

For max. number of users, it will really depend on your kernel settings. In this case, I guess you are referring to database. As I understand, Oracle do have a set of kernel parameters you need to follow.

Also, in order to support 4 database instances, setting of SGA is highly relevant as it correlates with memory usage in your server.

maybe u like to throw some lights on the current server configuation.

regards.

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