16133Re: [redhat] Server configuration
- Sep 4, 2005
> - From a performance point of view, both are more than adequate for a fileWe want all users in the company to work directly on server's storage drive
> server. In fact a *single* 32-bit x86 platform is probably more than ample
> for this kind of application.
> All you need is decent network hardware and as much RAM as you can cram
> into the box.
> What kind of throughput and storage space are you thinking of?
(NO WRITE ACCESS ON LOCAL STATIONS, not even in /home... all to be done on
the server's share). And if I think beter, there are a lot of documents that
exceeds 30 MB.
Will a 32-bit x86 single processor with 512 MB RAM handle such operations?
Also, will a 8 port MENTOR switch handle such a network transfer? (7
stations simultaneosly to open and work with documents which exceeds 30MB)
UNIREA Sannicolau Mare
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