When setting up a web server and sql backend, while processor speed should
be considered, often the greatest factor is memory. A PIII 800 with 64
megs, will process sql and web slower than a PII 400 with 512 megs of ram.
(this comes from internal testing here)
The cost of memory is dirt cheap now, as are PII, PIII, and Athlon
processors, consider upgrading.-----Original Message-----
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Simon Thornington
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2001 1:00 PM
Subject: [rt-users] machine requirements?
We’re running an RT 2.0.6 install on a Pentium something (not a P2+ as far
as I know) with Postgres. A command-line rt summary of open tickets (of
which there are about 70-100) takes about 10 seconds. Is this machine
simply not fast enough for an RT install, or is this the kind of response
times other people are getting? What sort of hardware are people
installing on, and what response times do they get?
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