SPARC T5-2 Achieves World Record on Oracle Internet Directory Benchmark
(As of Tuesday, 26 March 2013)
Oracle's SPARC T5-2 server running Oracle’s LDAP Directory Server and Oracle Internet Directory (OID) on Oracle Solaris 11 delivered a world record result for the number of LDAP searches per second with 1000 clients. The SPARC T5-2 also provided better throughput and latency than a SPARC T4-4 server or an x86 system.
Oracle Internet Directory (OID) is Oracle's LDAPv3 compliant Directory Server. It is built on the industry-leading Oracle database and is fully integrated into Oracle Fusion Middleware and Oracle Applications. There are five key throughput operations that are measured: LDAP Search Operations, LDAP Compare Operations, LDAP Modify Operations, LDAP Mixed Load test, and LDAP Add Load test.
The SPARC T5-2 server running Oracle Internet Directory on Oracle Solaris 11 achieved a result of 944,624 LDAP searches per second with an average latency of 1.05 ms with 1000 clients.
The SPARC T5-2 server running Oracle Internet Directory demonstrated 39% better throughput and latency for LDAP searches on core-to-core comparison over an x86 system configured with two Intel Xeon X5675 processors.
The SPARC T5-2 server running Oracle Internet Directory demonstrated 2.7 times better throughput and 39% better latency improvement over a similarly configured SPARC T4 OID benchmark environment.
Oracle Internet Directory achieved near linear scaling on the SPARC T5-2 server with 68,399 LDAP searches per second with 2 cores, up to 944,624 LDAP searches per second with 32 cores.
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