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In theory, the higher the class number of the server, the better it is able to perform.

The regions were running on the following distribution of server class @ 2 September 2012

  • Class 501 7.7%
  • Class 502 2.2%
  • Class 503 26.1%
  • Class 701 38.0%
  • Class 703 14.0%
  • Class 801 12.0%

http://www.sluniverse.com/php/vb/virtual-business/8523-new-sl-sims-past-week-77.html#post1627701

 

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http://community.secondlife.com/t5/qanda/questionpage/blog-id/sla_technical/article-id/26498

 

 

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In theory, the higher the class number of the server, the better it is able to perform.

Do we have evidence of that? The higher numbers are more recent, and presumably are clocked faster, but are also packed more cores per blade. Do we have any information about the actual performance characteristics of the different classes in use?

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Malate Banufong wrote:

Yes.

Class 5 versus class 7 but haven't seen any for class 8.

 

 
 

the most interesting post in that thread is the last, where Kelly noted that only two regions were running on that sim host. That means that most of the server resources (memory, disk, all but CPU cores) were only running at 1/4 the load they would have on full production hosts.

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