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How to Calculate CPW (Commercial Processing Workload) in AS400 System
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Unfortunately IBM doesn't publish their formula for calculating CPW on your own box.  The CPW ratings IBM does publish are similar to the TPC-C benchmark and are for a box at it's max capacity.

IBM does provide a benchmarking service so you can know if a newer/larger box will meet your performance demands.  
http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/services/benchmarkcenter/servers/benchmark_i.html

 
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