Tease me some more

Take a look here:

                       
  Response Time (s)
 Transaction      %    Average :    90th %        Total        Rollbacks      %
------------  -----  ---------------------  -----------  ---------------  -----
    Delivery   3.98      0.211 :     0.266       274829                0   0.00
   New Order  44.78      0.157 :     0.187      3090951            30925   1.00
Order Status   3.99      0.149 :     0.179       275357                0   0.00
     Payment  42.76      0.150 :     0.180      2951361                0   0.00
 Stock Level   3.99      0.152 :     0.182       275564            92070  33.41

50606.82 new-order transactions per minute (NOTPM)
60.5 minute duration
0 total unknown errors
31 second(s) ramping up

If you know what this output is from, and you know what 50K TPM means… your probably curious about these #’s. I am probably tantalizing you right now in fact. But I am not going to tell you more, not yet. So go ahead and guess. Better yet come listen to me talk at the user conference…

50K is the highest number I can ever remember getting for DBT2.

*** now around 57k ***

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2 Responses to Tease me some more

  1. Henrik Ingo says:

    Sure, when talking about a 1 node system.

    When talking about MySQL Cluster, breaking 100K is so last year:

    http://mikaelronstrom.blogspot.com/2008/09/linear-scalability-of-mysql-cluster.html

  2. matt says:

    Sure throw extra systems into the mix… Its like comparing apples and bunnies … two different things.