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SAS Performance on SPARC T4 + Solaris:
Customer experience performance study
from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Edmond Cheng, Economist, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Steven Holmes, UNIX Systems Administrator, G&B Solutions
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Industry Employment
Operation and Business Process
SAS Solutions and Others
SAS Base 9.2
SAS AppDev Studio
SAS/ACCESS
SAS/Connect
SAS/ETS
SAS/Graph
SAS/IML
SAS/IntrNet
SAS/Share
SAS/STAT
SAS® Business
Intelligence
SAS Enterprise Guide 4.3
SAS Enterprise Guide BI Server
Data Integration Server
Metadata Server
Microsoft Office Integration
Others
Oracle Servers
SPARC T4-2 SERVER
Processor
• Eight-core 2.85GHz SPARC T4 processor
• Two processors per system, maximum 128
threads
• Eight floating-point units
• Dual multithreaded 10 GbE PCI integrated onto
chip
Performance Test Servers Baselines
Server Model
Linux Lab
Linux HP
Blade
Sun Fire
T5240
SPARC
SPARC
Enterprise T4-2
M3000
Operating
System
Red Hat
Enterprise
Linux Server
release 6.3
(Santiago)
Intel Xeon
E5430 CPU
2 CPU,
2.66Ghz,
quad core
8
14GB
9.2
Red Hat
Enterprise
Linux Server
release 6.3
(Santiago)
Intel Xeon
X5550
2 CPU,
2.66Ghz,
quad core
8
16GB
9.2
Solaris 10
Solaris 10
Solaris 10
UltraSPARC
T2+
2 CPUs, 1.2
GHz, 6-core
SPARC64
VII
1 CPU,
2.75 GHz,
quad-core
8
32GB
9.2
SPARC T4
Processor
Specs
Thread
Ram
SAS Version
96
16GB
9.1.3
2 CPU
2.85 GHz,
8-core
128
128GB
9.3
SAS DATA and PROC Steps
Single-Threading Processing
Multi-Theading Processing
PROC IML Statistical Modeling
Contacts
Edmond Cheng
Steven Holmes
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20212
202-691-5458
[email protected]
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Washington, DC 20212
202-691-6423
[email protected]
[email protected]
Any opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not constitute policy of the
Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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