SRS hardware question [this is a repost of lost message to bio-srs]

Don Gilbert gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu
Mon Sep 18 05:41:02 EST 2000

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Date: Thu, 10 Aug 2000 12:39:52 +0000
From: Gudmundur Arni Thorisson <mummi at decode.is>
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  I have read the hardware requirements for SRS6 on Lion's homepages,
but I need a bit more information on that. My situation will likely be
the following:

-Intel multi-CPU setup with RedHat's Enterprise Linux (for 64bit file
system functionality),
-At least 1Gb of RAM, more if necessary
-One or more 80Gb EIDE disk drives
-Probably no more than 10-20 users connnected via browser concurrently,
plus non-human connections from the various scripts

    The main concern is regarding the disk drives: are we talking
performance sacrificing  by using EIDE- instead SCSI-drives in the
server? Is there a way to complement for this by increasing RAM and
changing parameters for the  software? Are there any RAM-optimizations
in general?

    User stories would be appreciated, to get an idea of what people are
running out there.


                Gudmundur, Bioinformatics

-- d.gilbert--bioinformatics--indiana-u--bloomington-in-47405
-- gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu


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