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Re: Configuration for better Performance?
From: Henrik Hempelmann (Henrik.Hempelmannsap.com)
Date: Thu Apr 15 2004 - 11:21:03 CDT
Falk Brügmann wrote:
> Summary: We are using SAP DB 7.4.3, are unhappy with its performance, and
> would greatly appreciate any hints and help leading to a better
> We have a SAP DB 7.4.3 database on Debian Linux, accessed by a Java web
> application in a cluster setup. The database is running on a 4 x 2.5Ghz Xeon
> machine with 2 GB RAM and separate disks for log volume, data volume and os
> / db.
just a few comments from my point of view
> The problem is, we are not quite happy with the performance of our setup
> yet. When a not-too-high number of users tries to access the application,
> the database comes under load pretty quickly (as measured by the Unix "top"
> command), and normally fast queries start to take several seconds.
load (average:) of the run queue or load (user%) of the CPUs?
> Our current configuration parameters are:
> . CACHE_SIZE = 100000
-> 800MB Cache, you should double the chache size on a 2GB machine
> The data and log volumes are plain files (not raw devices) sitting on an
> ext3 (journaled) file system.
assure data journals on ext3 are disabled
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