Startup AOLserver Benchmark

This benchmark tests how long it takes for AOLserver to start (in seconds).

During the startup process, AOLserver 3.3 (with oacs patches) will compile TCL libraries and perform some database operations, while performing mainly read operations from the hard disk. The results below are taken manually for a number of reference systems .

Benchmark Results

The following list shows the startup time of AOLserver 3.3oacs on different systems:

Startup
Time
System
29s

CentOS 5.4 32bit on VMware ESX
PostgreSQL 8.1.11
3GByte, 1x Intel Xeon X5570  @ 2.93GHz
Fibre Channel I/O system with Bonnie -s 1024:
0.8G/s block-write, 4.4G/s block-read and 196k/s random seeks

44s

CentOS 5.4 64bit on HighQ-Server LR-7 (www.strato.de)
PostgreSQL 8.2.11
8GByte, 1x AMD Opteron 1218 HE
Software Raid 1 with 2x SATA 750G Hitachi @ 7.200upm with Bonnie -s 1024:
150M/s block-write, 2.4G/s block-read and 49k/s random seeks
(33s to import po34demo.sql backup with 30MB)

64s

CentOS 5.4 32bit on Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX330 (www.serverloft.com)
PostgreSQL 8.2.11
16GByte, 2x AMD Opteron 2344 HE
Hardware RAID 5 with 3x 500 GB SAS @ 7.200upm with Bonnie -s 1024:
239M/s block-write, 1.3G/s block-read and 348/s random seeks

69s

CentOS 5.4 32bit on VMware Server 1.0.5 on IBM X31 Laptop
PostgreSQL 8.1.11
0.75GByte, 1x Intel Pentium M @ 1600MHz
2.5" Laptop hard disk with Bonnie -s 1024:
68M/s block-write, 22M/s block-read and 120/s random seeks

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