A Benchmark of NonStop SQL on the Debit Credit Transaction (Invited Paper)

@inproceedings{Group1988ABO,
  title={A Benchmark of NonStop SQL on the Debit Credit Transaction (Invited Paper)},
  author={The Tandem Performance Group},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={1988}
}
NonStop SQL is an implementation of ANSI SQL on Tandem Computer Systems Debit Credit is a widely used industry-standard transaction. This paper summarizes a benchmark of NonStop SQL which demonstrated linear growth of throughout from 14 to 208 Debit Credit transactions per second as the hardware grew from 2 to 32 processors. The benchmark also compared the performance of NonStop SQL to the performance of a record-at a time file system interface 

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