Intel Server Board S5000SVA with Intel Xeon processor 5160

Intel Server Board S5000SVA with Intel Xeon processor 5160
TEST REPORT
JULY 2006
Intel Server Board S5000VSA with Intel
Xeon processor 5160 WebBench 5.0
performance report
Executive summary
Intel Corporation (Intel) commissioned Principled
Technologies (PT) to measure the WebBench
performance on two Dual-Core processor-based servers
using the following motherboards and processors:
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Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 with Dual-Core
Intel Xeon processor 2.80GHz
Intel Server Board S5000VSA with Dual-Core Intel
Xeon processor 5160
KEY FINDINGS
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The Intel Server Board S5000VSA with
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160
delivered a 36 percent higher peak
WebBenchTEST
performance
than the Intel
REPORT
Server Board SE7520AF2 Dual-Core Intel
FEBRUARY 2006
Xeon processor 2.80 GHz-based server
(see Figure 1).
WebBench 5.0 (128-bit US version) is an industry-standard benchmark for Web server software and hardware. It
uses PC clients to send Web requests to the server under test. It generates performance results by incrementally
increasing the number of clients making HTTP 1.0 GET requests to the Web server; the result is a curve showing
the performance of the server under test. The peak of that curve represents the peak throughput of the server.
WebBench reports results in both the total number of requests per second the server handled and its total
throughput in bytes per second. To be certain that we found the true peak performance in our testing, we
measured the processor utilization on the servers and made sure that it reached or was extremely close to 100
percent during the test.
WebBench results
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40000
Requests per second
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Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 w ith
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
2.80GHz
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Intel Server Board S5000VSA w ith
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
5160
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Figure 1 shows the
median WebBench peak
results, in requests per
second (rps), of the two
test servers. To obtain the
median results, we
performed three runs with
each server and selected
the middle peak result of
each. A higher number of
requests per second is
better, because the more
Web requests a server can
handle, the better.
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Figure 1: Peak (dual processor) performance of the test servers running WebBench 5.0. Higher
numbers of requests per second are better.
As Figure 1 illustrates the
Intel Server Board
S5000VSA with Dual-Core
Intel Xeon processor 5160
produced the highest
result of 39,217.3 rps. This
result is a 36 percent
performance increase over
the Intel Server Board
SE7520AF2with DualCore Intel Xeon processor
2.80GHz, which achieved
a score of 28,837.8 rps.
Test results
We ran WebBench’s default ecommerce API test suite, which generates both secure and non-secure static and
dynamic HTTP 1.0 GET requests. While running the ecommerce suite, the clients must negotiate to a secure
Web server port using the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol. WebBench incrementally increases the number of
clients making the HTTP 1.0 GET requests to the Web server. As the workload increases the number of clients,
the Web server’s processor utilization also increases, until the processor in the Web server is saturated with work.
Each workload point with a fixed number of clients is a WebBench “mix”. The ecommerce API test suite begins
with a mix that involves one client, then a mix with four clients, and then increases the number of clients by four
with each mix to a total of 60 clients. A standard WebBench run thus involves 16 mixes.
A WebBench run reports the total requests per second a server can perform and the total throughput, in bytes per
second, that the server delivered. WebBench reports these results for each mix. A graph of these results yields a
performance curve with a peak at some number of clients.
Figure 2 shows the WebBench peak results in requests per second and in throughput (bytes per second) of the
test servers. Each result is the median of three runs.
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 with Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 2.80GHz
28,837.8
Throughput
(Bytes per
Second)
116,951,440.9
Intel Server Board S5000VSA with Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160
39,217.3
158,723,350.7
Server
Requests
per Second
Figure 2: Median requests per second and throughput results for the two test servers running WebBench. Higher numbers
are better.
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Figure 3 shows a graph of the WebBench requests per second results for the test server. This graph illustrates
the server’s performance under load for each of the 16 client mixes. As the number of clients increases, so does
the load on the server and the number of requests per second the server must perform. During the first couple of
mixes, the client count is low, so the server can handle the load with capacity to spare. As the load increases,
however, the server reaches its maximum capacity and the processor utilization becomes 100 percent (or very
close to that). The curves below peak and flatten at those points. A higher peak indicates better performance.
WebBench results (requests per second)
45000
Requests per Second
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35000
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5000
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Client mixes
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 w ith Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 2.80GHz
Intel Server Board S5000VSA w ith Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160
Figure 3: Line graph of the WebBench requests per second results for the two test servers. A higher peak indicates better
performance.
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Figure 4 shows the WebBench throughput results, in bytes per second, for both servers. As with the previous
graph, a higher peak is better.
WebBench results (throughput in bytes per second)
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60000000
40000000
20000000
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Client mixes
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 w ith Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 2.80GHz
Intel Server Board S5000VSA w ith Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160
Figure 4: Line graph of the WebBench throughput results for the two test servers. A higher peak indicates better
performance.
Test methodology
Figure 5 summarizes some key aspects of the configurations of the two server systems; Appendix A provides
detailed configuration information.
Server
Processor frequency (GHz)
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2
with Dual-Core Intel Xeon
processor 2.80GHz
2.8 GHz
Front-side bus frequency (MHz)
Single/Dual-Core processors
Motherboard
Chipset
RAM (8GB in each)
Hard Drive
800MHz
Dual
Intel SE7520AF2
Intel E7520 Chipset
8 x 1GB PC2-3200
Western Digital WD1600YD
Intel Server Board S5000VSA
with Dual-Core Intel Xeon
processor 5160
3.0 GHz
1333MHz Dual Independent Busses
(DIB)
Dual
Intel S5000VSA
Intel 5000V Chipset
8 x 1GB PC2-5300 FB-DIMM
Western Digital WD1600YD
Figure 5: Summary of some key aspects of the server configurations.
Intel configured and provided the test servers.
The difference in front-side bus reflects the capabilities of the two processors: The Intel Server Board S5000VSA
with Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160 uses a front-side bus speed of 1333 MHz. The Intel Server Board
SE7520AF2 with Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 2.80GHz has a front-side bus speed of 800 MHz.
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Another hardware difference between the servers was the total number of logical/physical execution units, though
both systems offer four hardware processor cores. The Intel Server Board SE7520AF2 with Dual-Core Intel Xeon
Processor 2.80 GHz contained Dual-Core processors with HT Technology for a total of eight logical execution
units. The Intel Server Board S5000VSA with Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor 5160 contained dual-core
processors for a total of four execution units.
With the following exception, we used the default BIOS settings on the server: we disabled the HW Prefetcher.
We began our testing by installing a fresh copy of Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, Enterprise Edition Service
Pack 1 on each server. We followed this process for each installation:
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Assign a computer name of “Server”.
For the licensing mode, use the default setting of five concurrent connections.
Enter a password for the administrator log on.
Select Eastern Time Zone.
Use typical settings for the Network installation.
Use “Testbed” for the workgroup.
We applied the following updates for the test servers from the Microsoft Windows Update site:
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Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB908531)
Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool – April 2006 (KB890830)
Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer for Windows Server 2003 (KB916281)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB911562)
Cumulative Security Update for Outlook Express for Windows Server 2003 (KB911567)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB913446)
Security Update for Windows Media Player Plug-in (KB911564)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB911927)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB908519)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB912919)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB904706)
Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB910437)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB896424)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB900725)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB901017)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB899589)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB902400)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB905414)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB899591)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB890046)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB899587)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB896358)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB896422)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB896428)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB893756)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB899588)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB901214)
Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB898715)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB917953)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB911280)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB918439)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB917344)
Security Update for Windows Server 2003 (KB914389)
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Installing Internet Information Services
WebBench requires a Web server, so we installed the Windows Internet Information Services with the following
procedure:
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Click Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs.
Select Add/Remove Windows Components.
Highlight Application Server and click the Details button.
Check the Internet Information Services (IIS) item, and Click OK.
Make sure you select enable ASP during the IIS installation.
Click the Next button.
Click Finish when the installation completes.
Close the Add or Remove Programs window.
Deploying WebBench data
WebBench includes data that must reside on the server and that the Web server must use. We loaded that data
and set the Web server to use it with the following procedure:
1. Copy the file wbtree.exe from the WebBench CD to the wwwroot directory on the server under test. (The
wbtree.exe file is on the WebBench CD at \wb50\workload).
2. On the server, execute the wbtree.exe file. This program will copy the WebBench workload to the server.
3. In the wwwroot folder on the server, create a new folder with the name CGI-BIN.
4. Copy the file simisapi.dll from the wwwroot folder to the CGI-BIN folder.
5. Click Start button -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management to open the
management console.
6. Go to Services and Application ->Internet Information Services ->Default Web Site -> CGI-BIN, and right
click to bring up a menu. Select Properties.
7. Go to the Directory Tab, and Set Execute Permissions to Scripts and Executables.
8. When the IIS WWW Configuration popup window displays, click Yes.
9. Close the Computer Management window.
Configuring Internet Information Services (IIS)
We configured the Windows Internet Information Services Web server as follows:
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Open Computer Management.
Go to Services and Application -> Internet Information Services.
Right click to bring up a menu. Select Properties.
Click the MIME Types button.
In the MIME Types window, click the New button.
In the Extension field, type “*”.
In the MIME type field, type “application/octet-stream”. Click the OK button.
Click the OK button to exit the MIME Types window.
Click the OK button to exit the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager Properties window.
In the Computer Management window, go to Web Sites ->Default Web Site under Internet Information
Services. Right click it to bring up a menu. Select Properties.
Select the Home Directory tab.
Check the following boxes: Script source access, Read, Write, and Directory browsing.
Uncheck the following boxes: Log visits and Index this resource.
In the Execute permissions field, select Scripts and Executables.
Click the Apply button.
Select the Web Site tab.
Uncheck Enable Logging.
Click the OK button to close the Default Web Site Properties window.
In the Computer Management window, go to the Web Service Extensions item under Internet Information
Services.
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20. In the right panel, highlight All Unknown ISAPI Extensions and click the Allow button. Acknowledge the
IIS Manager warning that appears by clicking the Yes button.
21. In the right panel, highlight All Unknown CGI Extensions and click the Allow button. Acknowledge the IIS
Manager warning that appears by clicking the Yes button.
22. Close the Computer Management window.
Installing certificate services
Because WebBench includes tests that involve security, we installed Windows Certificate Services as follows:
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Click Start -> Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs.
Select Add/Remove Windows Components.
Put a check mark by Certificate Services.
Accept the notice that the server’s name cannot be changed after you install this service.
Press Next.
Select Stand Alone Root CA, and click Next.
On the CA Identifying Information window, enter the server name in the Common name for this CA field,
and click Next.
Leave the default Certificate Database Settings as they are, and click Next.
Click Yes at the prompt asking if you want to enable Active Server Pages (ASP) in IIS.
Click yes at the prompt that explains that Internet information Services will be temporarily stopped.
Click Next.
Click Finish.
Click Close.
Setting up Internet Explorer
We had to set up Internet Explorer on the server as follows to be able to get the necessary certificates:
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Double click the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop.
Select the Tools -> Internet Options menu item.
On the Connections tab, click the LAN Settings button.
Check Automatically detect settings, and click OK.
Click OK to exit the Internet Options window.
Requesting the server certificate
We had to set up Internet Explorer on the server as follows to be able to get the necessary certificates:
1. Open Internet Explorer and enter the following website, http://server/certsrv. This should bring up a page
entitled “Microsoft Certificate Services – server”.
2. Select Request a Certificate link.
3. Select Advanced Certificate Request link.
4. Select “Create and submit a certificate request to this CA” link.
5. Fill out the appropriate Identifying Information details on the Advanced Certificate Request.
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Name: Performance
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Company: PT
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Type of certificate needed: Server Authentication Certificate
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Key Options:
o CSP: Microsoft Base Cryptographic Provider v1.0
o Usage: Exchange and Signature – select both
o Key size: 512
o Check “Automatic key container name”
o Check “Store certificate in the local computer certificate store”
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o Hash Algorithm: SHA-1
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Otherwise use default
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6. Click [Submit]. Acknowledge the “Potential Scripting Violation” by clicking the [Yes] button.
7. There should now be a page informing that there is a Certificate Pending.
Issuing the server certificate
Next we had to issue a server certificate as follows:
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Select Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Certification Authority.
Click the server’s name.
Select Pending Requests.
Right click Pending Requests, select All Tasks, and choose Issue.
Close Certification Authority.
Installing the server certificate
We then installed the server certificate as follows:
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Open Internet Explorer.
Go to the page http://server/certsrv again.
Click the View the status of a pending certificate link.
Click the Server Authentication Certificate link.
Click the Install this Certificate link.
Acknowledge the Potential Scripting Violation warning by clicking the OK button.
A message will note that a certificate has been successfully installed.
Close Internet Explorer.
Setting IIS to use the server certificate
We then set IIS to use the server certificate as follows:
1. Click Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management to open the management
console.
2. Select Services and Applications -> Internet Information Services->Web Sites.
3. Right click the Default Web site, and select Properties.
4. Select the Directory Security tab, and Click the Server Certificate button.
5. The Welcome to the Web Server Certificate Wizard window appears. Click Next.
6. Select Assign an Existing Certificate, and click Next.
7. Select your server certificate (Intended Purpose: Server Authentication). Click Next.
8. Accept the default SSL port (443) in the next window that appears, and click Next.
9. On the Certificate Summary screen click Next.
10. Click Finish.
Creating SSL Communication
Finally, we had to enable SSL communication as follows:
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Go to Computer management - > Services and Application -> Internet Information Services.
Expand the Default Web site.
Expand wbtree.
Right click Wbssl, and select properties.
Select the Directory Security tab.
Click the Edit button under Secure communications.
Check Require secure channel (SSL).
Check Require 128-bit encryption.
Click OK.
Click OK.
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We then set the following operating system tuning parameters to reflect the WebBench recommendations in the
Microsoft Performance Tuning Guidelines for Windows Server 2003 document, available on Microsoft’s Web site.
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HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Inetinfo\Parameters\MaxCachedFileSize to 1048576
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\HTTP\Parameters\UriMaxUriBytes to 1048576
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem\NtfsDisableLastAccess to 1
HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Tcpip\Parameters\MaxHashTableSize to 65535
Network test bed configuration
To generate the WebBench workload, we used a network with 60 client PCs. Each PC contained an Intel Pentium
4 3.0 GHz with HT Technology (or faster) processor, 512 MB of system memory, a 40 GB hard drive, and a
Gigabit Ethernet network adapter. We configured each client with Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 2
and all critical updates available as of January 3, 2006.
We split the 60 clients into four segments, or subnets, of 15 clients each. We connected each segment to the
server under test via one NETGEAR GS724T Gigabit Smart Switch. To balance the load on the server and to
prevent a network throughput bottleneck, we connected each segment to a separate port of the Intel PRO/1000
PT Dual Gigabit Server adapters. Figure 6 illustrates the test bed configuration.
Figure 6: Illustration of the test network we used to generate the WebBench workload.
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Appendix A – Test server configuration information
This appendix provides detailed configuration information about each of the test server systems.
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2
with Dual-Core Intel Xeon
processor 2.80GHz
Intel Server Board S5000VSA with
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
5160
2P4C8L / MP
2P4C4L / MP
2
Dual
Always On
2
Dual
Always On
Stepping
Socket type
Core frequency (GHz)
Intel
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
2.80GHz
8
mPGA-604
2.8 GHz
Front-side bus frequency (MHz)
800 MHz
L1 Cache
L2 Cache
Platform
16 KB + 12 KB
4 MB (2 MB per core)
Intel
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
5160
5
LGA 771
3.0 GHz
1333MHz Dual Independent Busses
(DIB)
32 KB + 32 KB
4 MB (Shared)
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
2.80GHz server
Intel Server Board SE7520AF2
Intel E7520 Chipset
C4
CWA46090031B
American Megatrends
SE7520AF20.85B.P.10.00.0109.02
0820061639 02/08/2006
HW Prefetcher and Adjacent
Cache Line Prefetcher disabled
7.3.1.1013
Dual-Core Intel Xeon processor
5160 server
Intel Server Board S5000VSA
Intel 5000V Chipset
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QSSA61400138
Intel Corporation
S5000.86B.02.00.0054.0615200622
05, 06/15/2006
HW Prefetcher and Adjacent Cache
Line Prefetcher disabled
8.1.1.1001
Infineon 72T128000HR5A
System
System configuration information
General
Processor and OS kernel:
(physical, core, logical) / (UP, MP)
Number of physical processors
Single/Dual-Core processors
System Power Management Policy
CPU
Vendor
Name
Vendor and model number
Motherboard model number
Motherboard chipset
Motherboard revision number
Motherboard serial number
BIOS name and version
BIOS settings
Chipset INF driver
Memory module(s)
Vendor and model number
Type
PC2-3200
Speed (MHz)
Speed in the system currently
running @ (MHz)
Timing/Latency (tCL-tRCD-tRPtRASmin)
Size
Number of RAM modules
Chip organization
Channel
400
Micron MT18HTF12872FDY
FB-DIMM using PC2-5300
components
667
400
667
3-3-3-11
5-5-5-12
8192 MB
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Double-sided
Dual
8192 MB
8
Double-sided
Dual
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Hard disk
Vendor and model number
Number of disks in system
Size
Buffer Size
RPM
Type
Controller
Controller Driver
Operating system
Name
Build number
Service Pack
Microsoft Windows update date
File system
Kernel
Language
Microsoft DirectX version
Graphics
Vendor and model number
Chipset
BIOS version
Type
Memory size
Resolution
Driver
Network card/subsystem
Vendor and model number
Type
Driver
Additional card information
Additional card driver
Optical drive
Vendor and model number
Type
Interface
USB ports
# of ports
Type of ports (USB1.1, USB2.0)
Western Digital WD1600YD
1
160 GB
16 MB
7200
SATA
Intel 82801EB Ultra ATA
Intel 6.3.0.1005
Western Digital WD1600YD
1
160 GB
16 MB
7200
SATA
Intel 631xESB Serial ATA
Intel 7.4.0.1005
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server,
x32 Enterprise Edition
3790
SP1
6/22/2006
NTFS
ACPI Multiprocessor x32-based
PC
English
DirectX 9.0c
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server,
x32 Enterprise Edition
3790
SP1
6/22/2006
NTFS
English
DirectX 9.0c
ATI RAGE XL
ATI RAGE XL PCI
GR-xlints3y.019-4.333
Integrated
8 MB
1024 x 768
ATI 5.10.2600.6014
ATI ES1000
ATI ES1000 PCI
01.00
Integrated
16 MB
1024 x 768
Microsoft 5.2.3790.0
Intel Pro/1000 MT Dual Port
Network Connection
Integrated
Intel 8.6.17.0
2 x Intel PRO/1000 PT Dual Port
Server Adapter
Intel 9.3.28.0
Intel PRO/1000 EB Dual Port
Network Connection
Integrated
Intel 9.3.28.0
2 x Intel PRO/1000 PT Dual Port
Server Adapter
Intel 9.3.28.0
LITE-ON SHD-16P1S
DVD-ROM
Internal
LITE-ON LTN-529SV
CD-ROM
Internal
5
USB 2.0
6
USB 2.0
ACPI Multiprocessor x32-based PC
Figure 7: Detailed system configuration information for the two test servers.
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Appendix B – Test network configuration
This appendix provides configuration information about the test network we used to run WebBench 5.0 against
the test servers.
Client #
Client 1
Client 2
Client 3
Client 4
Client 5
Client 6
Client 7
Client 8
Client 9
Client 10
Client 11
Client 12
Client 13
Client 14
Client 15
Client 16
Client 17
Client 18
Client 19
Client 20
Client 21
Client 22
Client 23
Client 24
Client 25
Client 26
Client 27
Client 28
Client 29
Client 30
Client 31
Client 32
Client 33
Client 34
Client 35
Client 36
Client 37
Client 38
Client 39
Client 40
Client 41
Client 42
Make/Model
Processor Speed
Segment/Subnet 1
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium D 3.2GHz (DC)
Intel Pentium 4 3.4GHz w/HT
Segment/Subnet 2
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Custom built
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
HP a750y
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
Custom built
Intel Pentium 4 3.6GHz w/HT
Segment/Subnet 3
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Custom built
HP d4100y
Dell Optiplex GX280
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Xeon processor 5160 WebBench 5.0 performance report
Memory Size/Type
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC2-5300
1GB PC2-4300
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB DDR2-400
512MB PC2-4300
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
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Client 43
Client 44
Client 45
Client 46
Client 47
Client 48
Client 49
Client 50
Client 51
Client 52
Client 53
Client 54
Client 55
Client 56
Client 57
Client 58
Client 59
Client 60
HP dc5100mt
HP m1050Y
HP Dc7100CMT
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
Intel Pentium 4 3.4GHz w/HT
Segment/Subnet 4
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Intel Desktop Board D915GMH
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
Dell Optiplex GX270
Intel Pentium 4 3.2GHz w/HT
Custom built
Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HT
IBM ThinkCentre 842243U
Intel Pentium 4 3.4GHz w/HT
Custom built
Intel Pentium 4 3.6GHz w/HT
512MB PC4200
1GB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC2700
1GB PC3200
512MB PC3200
512MB PC2-4300
Figure 8: Configuration information about the test network.
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