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tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

 
Markswell
Contributor

tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Does anyone has the following information?

tpmC information of HP9000 rp74xx and rp84xx
for PA-8800 at 1Ghz

Thanks
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Slawomir Gora
Honored Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Hi,

what configuration ?
number of CPUs ?
number of cells ?
Markswell
Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Hi,

This is a superdome.

With 3 vpars and one of this partition have 21 processors PA-8800, and I need to know how many horse power I have.

Thanks.
Joshua Scott
Honored Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

The 16-way 4-cell superdome gets 313200 or 19,575 per CPU.
The 24-way 4-cell superdome gets 437500 or 18,229 per CPU.

So about 393,414 for a 21-way.

The performance changes depending on the number of cell boards in the partition. ( more is better). Also, vPar overhead has to be taken into account, and of course these numbers are for maximum memory and disk configurations, so your actual numbers would likely be lower.

Josh
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rick jones
Honored Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Unless published at www.tpc.org, TPM figures for systems are probably something covered by an NDA since IIRC the TPC does not like things such as "public" disclosure of estimates and the like.

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Julio Yamawaki
Esteemed Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Hi,

rp7420 - 4 proc - 79.000
rp7420 - 6 proc - 105.000
rp7420 - 8 proc - 142.000
rp7420 - 12 proc - 200.000
rp7420 - 16 proc - 257.000

rp8420 - 24 proc - 326.000
rp8420 - 32 proc - 400.000

rp8420 with 4,8,12 and 16 has a performance like rp7420.

Regards,
Patrice Le Guyader
Respected Contributor

Re: tpmC PA-8800 1Ghz

Hi,

It seems that the values given by Josha were these of april. In July 2005 it was (don't have last one) :

The 16-way 4-cell superdome gets 292700 or 18,294 per CPU.
The 24-way 4-cell superdome gets 401200 or 16,717 per CPU.

Regards.
Patrice
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