HP Microserver ZFS benchmark with dedup

zfs-linux

I have a HP MicroServer which I’m very satisfied with. I bought this right away when HP announced it when it still didn’t have a retail price determined. The only downside of it that it has only soft-RAID (or fake-RAID) controller built-in. A proper HP Smart Array controller must have … Continue reading

Python / Django test and benchmark

Initializing

First initialize the mysql database from a previous dump as we did on the PERL virtual box.

Install the framework

Check for python version. And if needed install python setuptools. After it install django is very easy and can be done in 5 minutes.
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PHP / Symfony 1.2 with Propel test and benchmark

Initializing

Initialize the mysql database from a previous dump as I did earlier.

Install PHP and Symfony 1.2

Unlike previous test subjects php doesn’t come with the default linux install. So first of all we need some php package. Because php doesn’t have such tool like … Continue reading

Solr benchmark – first blood

solr

This is a quick impression about the freshly installed Solr 3.5 server.

Enviroment

The base system is a Amazon Microinstance equivalent virtual machine running on a HP Microserver. The VM has 600MB ram and 8GB HDD.

System info & benchmarks

Solr performance

Full index

The data backend … Continue reading