May 03 2010

The era of platter-free enterprises

Tag: (i)realidad,01,SystemsJoaquim Anguas @ 6:05 pm

We’ve been covering the progression of SandForce for over a year now, creator of smart SSD processors that extend the life of flash storage by better spreading writes across them, boosting performance and reliability along the way. This, according to the company, makes them reliable enough for enterprise use, and IBM has added its vote of support, configuring a 9189 Power 780 server with 56 177GB SSDs (10.5TB in all) sitting behind SandForce’s SF-1500 processor. That combination, when running the TPC-C benchmark, delivered a performance of 150,000 transactions per minute per CPU core. That’s 50 percent higher (per-core) than other entries in the TPC-C benchmark — and considerably cheaper, too. IBM’s configuration is set to be available around October of this year, perhaps ushering in a new era of the platter-free enterprise.»

Find the benchmark here.
Via Engadget, via StorageReview.

Ago 01 2008


Tag: SystemsJoaquim Anguas @ 2:54 pm

If you deploy a report and when you try to open it on Report Manager you get:

An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details.(rsInternalError)
Invalid object name ‘ReportServerTempDB.dbo.PersistedStream'»

You open SQL Server Management Studio and… the database is not there!. You do not give credit and issue:

USE ReportServerTempDB;”

And you get:

Could not locate entry in sysdatabases for database ‘ReportServerTempDB’. No entry found with that name.»

You look at the /Data directory and the files are there…

Then this may help you:

Continue reading «ReportingServicesTempDB»