Oracle Solaris T-Series & M-Series Sparc Server Comparisons

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T7-4I have added  some  comparisons about  T & M Series  Oracle  Sparc Servers. All information has  been  taken from  Oracle  documentation. You can check also  Oracle  Solaris  Engineered  System  from  this  link.

The  Processor is  primary driver  that how fast  a  computer  work. Even with the rest  of  system having instantaneous performance  , always  CPU  ‘ll say the  last word  about  a server  performance. It’ll  limit  how fast  a transaction can occur  on a server.Because  of this reason all company  which product new  hardware  technologies are  focused  on  CPU architecture  to get  effective  performance  values. So  I added  some  key specs about  server  which  Oracle  Solaris  offers  you to  get  best  performance.

 

 

 


SPARC T7-4 Server SPARC M7-16 Server SPARC T5-8 Server SPARC M6-32 Server
Processor Model: SPARC M7 SPARC M7 16-core SPARC T5 12-core SPARC M6
Processor Speed: 4.13 GHz 4.13 GHz 3.6 GHz 3.6 GHz
Maximum Processors: 4 16 8 Up to 32 12-core Processors
Maximum Cores Per System: 128 512 128 384
Maximum Threads Per System: 1024 4096 1024 3072
Maximum Read Cache: 64 MB L3 64 MB L3  8MB L3 Per Core 48 MB L3
Maximum System Memory: 2 TB 8 TB 4TB 32TB
Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS): ECC memory, hot-pluggable disk drives, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans, DIMM sparing Hardware physical partitions, redundant hot-swappable service processors, ECC memory, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans, DIMM sparing Hot-pluggable disk drives, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans Hot-swappable power supplies, fans, IO cards, scalability switch boards, disk storage devices
Rack Units: 5U 8U 8u
PCI Slots: 16 PCIe Gen 3 48 PCIe Gen 3 16 PCIe Gen 3 64 PCIe Gen 3

 

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