[IPT] System requirements for IPT
Tim Robertson (GBIF)
trobertson at gbif.org
Fri Aug 26 16:59:26 CEST 2011
> Thank you for the quick reply!
You are very welcome.
> Yes there will be for the moment a single DBMS with 2 big databases
> (1.2 GB and 800 MB respectively).
> We would like to create a single hub for the synchronization of
> several other databases in future (someone will be really huge).
> Which configuration can you suggest us?
I don't anticipate any special configuration is needed. Tomcat likes
around 128MB of memory and you'll of course need enough disk space.
> Would it be possible to create a test environment with you for
> testing the sync from our server?
Sure. If you get the resources mapped, we can verify that they are
> Thank you,
> From: Tim Robertson (GBIF) [mailto:trobertson at gbif.org]
> Sent: Friday, August 26, 2011 16:50
> To: Buonaiuto, Massimo (Bioversity)
> Cc: ipt at lists.gbif.org
> Subject: Re: [IPT] System requirements for IPT
> Dear Massimo
> You are likely to be the first person to really use *large* datasets
> in the IPT, although we have put several 10s of millions of records
> in a test environment.
> The IPT has been carefully designed to use a low memory footprint.
> To start with, I would recommend 128MB for Tomcat, and enough disk
> space to hold your output archives. There are no particular
> requirements other than disk space for larger datasets.
> Will the input be sourced from a database?
> Best wishes,
> On Aug 26, 2011, at 4:46 PM, Buonaiuto, Massimo (Bioversity) wrote:
> Dear IPT staff,
> My name is Massimo Buonaiuto, Multimedia Web Specialist at
> Bioversity International.
> I am very interested in installing locally the IPT for the
> synchronization of some datasets we have with GBIF.
> At the moment we plan to synchronize about 5 GB and I would like to
> receive suggestions and best practices for a correct and
> successfully installation in-house.
> Thank you and kind regards,
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> IPT at lists.gbif.org
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