Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 25th May 2006 15:42 UTC, submitted by marco
Databases "Sun today announced new benchmark results involving the performance of the open source MySQL database running online transaction processing workload on 8-way Sun Fire V40z servers. The testing, which measured the performance of both read/write and read-only operations, showed that MySQL 5.0.18 running on Solaris 10 executed the same functions up to 64 percent faster in read/write mode and up to 91 percent faster in read-only mode than when it ran on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 Advanced Server Edition OS." Take a look at the item below, though.
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Linux vs. Solaris MySQL benchmark
by odnomzagi on Thu 25th May 2006 17:54 UTC
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Robert Escue Member since:

Which release of Solaris 10 was used because there are some issues using 3/05 with the T1000/T2000:

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