[Koha] Dev Server Specs?
listy-in at zatorski.net
Fri Feb 23 09:48:40 NZDT 2007
Thursday, February 22, 2007, 6:39:23 PM, you wrote:
GSL> Does anyone have suggestions on what type of server specs would be
GSL> good for a development server? I'm interested in "recommended" specs
GSL> (not just minimum requirements).
hm. our koha works on 2 servers (soon on 3)
BG - Pentium 4 3 Ghz 1MB/800 Mhz, 1.5GB mem - KOHA cgi, mails, www pages, samba
and others services
KOHA - Pentium 4 2,6 Ghz, 1.5 GB mem, SCSI 4x36GB - mysql databases
TerminalServer - Dual-Core Xeon 5110 1.60GHz 4MB 1066MHz x2, 2GB mem,
SAS 73GBx2 - database replication, low balancing KOHA<->MySQL,
and workers terminals (about 15)
Connection: BG<->KOHA<->TerminalServer (100Mbits)
soon exclusive direct: BG<->KOHA<->TerminalServer (1Gbits)
Records: 9000main catalogue (soon after conversion 200,000),
other databases (Teology, CIDE, etc.): 7000+32000+13212+500+5000+300 :)
GSL> Most of the Koha libraries I've looked at seem to be using Debian.
GSL> Would there likely be problems using another distro such as Red Hat? I
GSL> think my manager might be more comfortable with a distro that has
GSL> mainstream support available (we have no Linux administration
We using PLD, OpenSUSE, Debian, Gentoo:)
GSL> Are there any MySQL size limits that I would need to worry about?
hm. we using Koha 2.2.4 with strong modification.
You can have problems with original Koha (experience with 2.2.4!)
sooner or later with this size of yours database in usage (not mysql problem!).
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