Wednesday Sep 23, 2009

Case Study: Web Application Tuning on Chip Multithreading Platforms

This article offers an example of tuning web applications to prevent performance bottlenecks on chip multithreading (CMT) platforms. A Sun engineer describes a scenario using Java virtual machine (JVM) tuning and jstack at a leading Web 2.0 independent software vendor (ISV).

Wednesday Sep 02, 2009

Sys Admin Resources for Sun Servers With CoolThreads Technology

We have expanded the BigAdmin Resource Center for Sun Servers
With CoolThreads Technology
. Topics include UltraSPARC T1, T2, and T2 Plus Processors, as well as Sun SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers.

Thursday Feb 19, 2009

Platform-Specific Routine Libraries With CMT UltraSPARC CPU-Based Systems

On chip multithreading (CMT) UltraSPARC processor-based systems running the Solaris 10 OS, you can use multiple versions of LOFS-mounted platform-specific routine (PSR) libraries. This allows a platform to support multiple processors, and each processor can be optimally utilized. Find out more in this article from a Sun Systems Engineer.

Thursday Feb 05, 2009

Console Operations for the Solaris OS on Sun CMT SPARC Platforms

Read about the console operations for a traditional system console device in a domain, referred to as "host console". This article looks at input and output devices for chip multithreading (CMT) SPARC platforms. Host console use cases are given for OpenBoot Firmware and for the Solaris Operating System.

Monday Oct 20, 2008

Open Source Web Solution: Lighttpd Web Server and CMT

This Sun BluePrints article describes how to increase the performance and scalability of your web infrastructure by using open source solutions.

Monday Oct 13, 2008

Virtual Tour of Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 Server

The new Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 Server is a 4-socket, 256-thread server based on Sun's open-source CMT architecture, with all the scalability and RAS features of the traditional midrange. Take a virtual tour.

Wednesday Apr 23, 2008

Setting Up Default Scheduling Class for Multithreaded Systems

This community tech tip shows how to set up a default scheduler class so you can fully use computing resources on systems with a multithreaded processor, such as the UltraSPARC T1 or T2.

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