Currently we have been benchmarking the 6800 vis-à-vis the 880 (since we clone the database, it is identical in composition) and the results consistently show that for operations that involve large I/O, the V880 is performing much better than the 6800 (almost taking half the time) -- the larger the I/O, the more the difference.
I know this description hardly helps out as far as specifics are concerned, but the environments are the same and we have been trying to find out what is causing this. How do I approach? Have been doing a lot of research to solve the same issue for the past two months and have done a lot of analysis, but we've hardly found any relevant aspects. Any help would be appreciated.
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