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PBCS resource limitation

March 28 2017 at 3:57 AM
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er77 
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Hello
Could you please real PBCS limitation for one host
How many are there CPU, disk, memory ?

 
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GlennS

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Re: PBCS resource limitation

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March 28 2017, 1:33 PM 

That's the thing about SaaS, you don't know how many CPUs or memory there is, It is up to Oracle to insure there is enough for your application. For Disk, I think they tell you 50 gig per instance, but that too is variable.

 
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Ankit

208.28.126.35

Its up to Oracle

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March 28 2017, 4:05 PM 

I had asked same questions to Oracle (sales team) and they said application layer is shared and Essbase cubes has their own space,memory, cpu but they never said any number.
They said it will latest Exalytics h/w.

 
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John A Booth

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Presentation

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March 28 2017, 7:28 PM 

On PBCS past presentations by Oracle's tech team illustrated 8 cores and 32 GB of ram and it's not on Exalytics hardware.

Disk space is 100 GB usable roughly althoug I'd count on it being smaller.

So with this in mind -- treat the server as the Essbase server you used to use 3 years ago and you'll probably be just fine.

Kind Regards,

John A. Booth
https://www.metavero.com

 
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Guillaume Slee

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Re: Presentation

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March 29 2017, 4:39 AM 

I've seen the same stats as John, hardware was Exalogic. They did say that they increased resources as and when needed but I don't know how sophisticated this is (auto-adjust/resources multiplied based on # of users/manual adjustment when they get alerted).

Cheers,
Guillaume
http://hyperion-epm-bi.blogspot.co.uk/

 
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