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DB2 Cluster with Peoplesoft

Anyone ever done a DB2 cluster (using blades)
with Peoplsoft?

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BadPony
'03 ZRX1200R
'78 XS 1100
Nov 12 '05 #1
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"BadPony" <eb**@ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
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Anyone ever done a DB2 cluster (using blades)
with Peoplsoft?

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BadPony

Probably would not be a good idea for the transaction processing part of
People Soft, but may be OK for the IW part (assuming they have an IW part).
It would have to be a pretty big IW if they had one to justify multiple
partitions.
Nov 12 '05 #2
I don't agree.
Parallel databases can be used for both OLTP and OLAP.

Mark A wrote:
"BadPony" <eb**@ix.netcom.com> wrote in message
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Anyone ever done a DB2 cluster (using blades)
with Peoplsoft?

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BadPony

Probably would not be a good idea for the transaction processing part of
People Soft, but may be OK for the IW part (assuming they have an IW part).
It would have to be a pretty big IW if they had one to justify multiple
partitions.


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Anton Versteeg
IBM Certified DB2 Specialist
IBM Netherlands

Nov 12 '05 #3
>"Anton Versteeg" <an************@nnll.iibbmm.com> wrote in message
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I don't agree.
Parallel databases can be used for both OLTP and OLAP.


You are absolutely correct. But you need a fairly high volume transaction
rate to justify parallel database for OLTP, and I am not sure most companies
would have those high volumes of transactions using PeopleSoft (but I could
be wrong).
Nov 12 '05 #4

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