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Posted Mar 3, 2004

Oracle(r) Database 10g on Linux Sets World Record for Three Terabyte Data Warehousing Benchmark

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Oracle Corp.]

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Mar. 3, 2004 - (http://www.oracle.com/tellmemore/?2951861) Oracle Corp. today announced a world record TPC-H three terabyte (TB) benchmark result for Oracle(r) Database 10g and Oracle(r) Real Application Clusters demonstrating Oracle's ability to cost effectively manage large scale data warehouses on low-cost clustered Linux servers.

Running on an eight-node cluster of industry-standard HP ProLiant DL740 servers, each with four Intel Xeon 3.0GHz processors on Red Hat Enterprise Linux v. 3, Oracle Database 10g and Oracle Real Application Clusters achieved 22,387.9 QphH@3000GB at an unmatched price performance of $93/QphH@3000GB.

The article continues at http://www.oracle.com/corporate/press/index.html?2951861.html



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