In my last blog entry, I talked about several reasons why people want or need to run Jetstress. If you are new to Jetstress, the first hurdle is to pass a Jetstress test. And this is not a trivial task. As you know, there is the latency requirement (i.e., database read and write latencies must be less than 20 msec); and there is the IOPS requirement (i.e., the achieved IOPS must meet or exceed the targeted IOPS).
Next, it is important to know that two Jetstress tests can have the same number of mailboxes, yet still be two very different tests. Why is that? That’s when the nuances come into play. And I’ll just name a few common ones below.
These details are important if you want to optimize the Jetstress configuration as well as compare one Jetstress test to another.
Thanks for reading.