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RE: CPU priority for AIX 5.3 with mixed workload

Jesse, Rich

2006-12-05

Replies:
Hey Adrian,

Have you tried turning off SMT on your test system? From what I can
tell, smtctl can change this on-the-fly. If that's the case, perhaps
SMT could be turned off for the duration of your batch job.

Probably overly simplistic, but maybe worth a shot. And now to ask my
SA about SMT... :)

GL!
Rich

-----Original Message-----
From: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
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Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 2:36 PM
To: oracle-l@(protected)
Subject: CPU priority for AIX 5.3 with mixed workload

Hi,

My customer is running a 10.2.0.2 database on AIX5.3, p590 with 14 Power
5
CPUs and SMT enabled.

The day workload is 8000 dedicated user connections plus 5 or so
concurrent
long running reports.

They have an overnight batch job that is CPU bound and taking 8+ hours
to
run.

On an unladen identical test system the same batch job completes in 2.5
hours.
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