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Message Posted: Tue, 05 Mar 2002 @ 15:21:53 GMT
We are trying to implement a PSF.
We did a stress test with this configuration:
RP1 wgt 80 (Only one PG active during the test - $F).
RP2 wgt 20 (Only one PG active during the test - $V).
RP0 as default (Only system process active during the test).
Under this scenario ran moderate, simple and complex queries in background at $F, and ran moderate queries at $F and $V in order to measure the impact on response times.
The results weren't what we expected... 'cause the response time at $V was higher than $F, the only query that was running in this PG was a canary...the opposite we expected. Is this a normal situation, is it convenient to implement PSF with these results?
Anybody has overall positive results using PSF??
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