Anjan Dave wrote:
We have a Quad-Intel XEON 2.0GHz (1MB cache), 12GB memory, running RH9, PG 7.4.0. There's an internal U320, 10K RPM RAID-10 setup on 4 drives.
We are expecting a pretty high load, a few thousands of 'concurrent' users executing either select, insert, update, statments.

The quick and dirty method would be to upgrade to the recently announced 3GHz Xeon MPs with 4MB of L3. My semi-educated guess is that you'd get another +60% there due to the huge L3 hiding the Xeon's shared bus penalty.


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