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sizing the JDI server

what are the disk space requirements for the JDI server? if used for 1-5 developers, planning to make minor modifications to the ESS in WebDynpro for Java (ECC6).

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  • May 22, 2007 at 07:49 PM

    Hello Tiberiu

    Please see BC-CTS-CMS note 737368 NWDI Sizing Hardware requirements of Java Development Infrastructure

    Don't forget to reward SDN points.

    Thanks

    Kenny

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      100GB should be enough for your scenario (hm.. I've heard something similar about 512K RAM 😊)

      For the disk you need to take into account:

      1. space required for the installation of the engine itself

      2. space required in the database for the DTR content (200M + version info + changes +..)

      3. space required in the database for CBS (build results, deploy results, log files)

      4. space required on the hard disk by CMS for transport directory (archives for all SCAs!)

      5. space required on the hard disk by CBS during build.

      No 5 depends on your hardware. If you have multiple processors and set the threadPoolSize e.g. to 4 then you need enough hard disk space to have 4 builds running separately, each with a full set of required libraries. For ESS I would probably reserve 10-20GB for this alone to be on the save side. Note that the threadPoolSize is relevant for this, not the real number of your developers. Also this space only contains temporary data so it would be ideal to have that on a fast RAID0 or JBOD with fast IO.

      Regards,

      Marc