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CUBRID vs. MySQL: SSD Performance Test Results

TPS_change_web.pngToday CUBRID revealed its latest internal performance test results conducted using the latest CUBRID 3.0 Beta and the latest MySQL 5.1.47 (innoDB) database servers. The results are quite surprising for both database systems.

In this experiment CUBRID and MySQL database systems are tested to reveal their performance results in two different situations:

  1. when the databases run on the HDD (Hard Disk Drive) equipped server
  2. and, when the databases run on the SSD (Solid State Disk) equipped server
To run the test, each database system (CUBRID and MySQL) has been installed on two separate server machines: one equipped with the HDD, the other with the SSD. None of the databases were specifically tuned. The default settings were used for the test. The performance improvements in TPS (Transactions Per Second) have been constantly recorded throughout the experiment.

The test confirmed that TPS levels of CUBRID and MySQL database systems increase on SSD equipped machines. During the I/O Bound workload CUBRID had 4.2 times increase in TPS, while MySQL had 2.8 fold improvement.

Follow the link below to read the full report

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