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Insert, Delete and Partitioning Operations

It must be ascertained that insert and/or delete operations to any of the tables can occur concurrently with the TPC-C transaction mix. Furthermore, any restrictions in the SUT database implementation that precludes inserts beyond the limits defined in Clause 1.4.11 must be disclosed. This includes the maximum number of rows that can be inserted and the minimum key value for these new rows.

All insert and delete functions were verified to be fully operational during the entire benchmark.


While there are a few restrictions placed on horizontal or vertical partitioning of tables and rows in the TPC-C benchmark, any such partitioning must be disclosed.

No partitioning was used.

Replication, Duplication or Additions

Replication of tables, if used, must be disclosed. Additional and/or duplicated attributes in any table must be disclosed along with a statement on the impact on performance.

No replications, duplications or additional attributes were used in this benchmark.

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