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We are proud to feature IBM Redbooks. IBM Redbooks are how-to technical manuals written by developers for developers. Featuring step-by-step, tested instructions, they provide solutions for specific IBM-related projects. Since they're updated and printed on demand, you're assured to get the latest information.

Understanding IBM e(logo)server pSeries Performance and Sizing

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Understanding IBM e(logo)server pSeries Performance and Sizing

This redbook is an update to the successful first edition of Understanding IBM RS/6000 Performance and Sizing, SG24-4810 that was published in 1997. It gives a broad overview of IBM RS/6000 and IBM e(logo)server pSeries performance and sizing.

Contained in this redbook is a close-up, performance related view of the different hardware architectures IBM offers in its RS/6000 and e(logo)server pSeries systems, including system, processor, memory, storage, and network architectures. One chapter is dedicated to general sizing rules for a number of environments such as database sizing, IBM HTTP server sizing, Net.Commerce sizing, and Lotus Domino sizing. The reader will also find a description of the industry benchmarks that are performed on IBM systems as well as an overview of AIX performance tools.

This redbook is intended to be a handbook for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of IBM RS/6000 and IBM e(logo)server pSeries architectures from a performance perspective.
Price: $60.00 $48.00
Pages: 424
Date Published: February 19, 2001
Author: IBM Redbooks
Product Number: SG24-4810-01
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