Red Hat: Scaling Oracle 10g in a Red Hat enterprise virtualisation environment

Middle East: Wednesday, November 11 - 2009 @ 16:43

This Red Hat white paper describes the performance and scaling of Oracle running in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.3 guests on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4 host with the KVM hypervisor.

The host was deployed on an HP ProLiant DL370 G6 server equipped with 48 GB of RAM and comprising dual sockets each with a 3.2GHz Intel Xeon W5580 Nehalem processor with support for hyper-threading technology, totaling eight cores and 16 hyper-threads. The workload used was a common Oracle Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) workload.

- Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation (RHEV) Overview
- Kernel-based Virtualisation Machine (KVM)
- Scaling-Up the Memory and vCPUs
- Consolidated Virtualization Efficiency

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