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From George Sexton <geor...@mhsoftware.com>
Subject Re: Tomcat better on single or multi core?
Date Mon, 18 May 2009 20:30:10 GMT
You haven't given any pricing information. I guess if it were me and the 
prices were all equal, I would go for the Quad-Core. If prices were not 
equal, I would go for the dual core.



johnrock wrote:
> I will be deploying a spring/hibernate web app using Tomcat 6, dbcp and
> MySql5.1.  I must decide on my initial tomcat dedicated deployment server
> configuration and am looking for some advice:
>
> (I am starting with one dedicated Tomcat server..will scale in time)
>
> Based on budget, the affordable options I have to choose from appear to be:
> 1 single core @3Ghz 
> or
> 1 dual core  @~2.1Ghz 
> or 
> 1 Quad core @~2.1Ghz
>
> My question is: Which processor configuration do you think would benefit
> tomcat more? Given the limited/basic options I have,would tomcat benefit
> more from 2 or more cores or is speed more important?
>   

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George Sexton
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