The highly versatile Solaris 10 Operating System provides a complete computing environment with minimal hardware requirements.
|Disk space|| |
Note: Required disk space will vary based on Operating System packages selected, desktop or server use, desired swap and temporary space, localizations/translations, online documentation and applications installed.
Note: Memory requirements will vary depending on the application software being used, system configurations and the number of clients/users. Refer to the release notes for details of minimum and recommended memory for different configurations.
Check Your Configuration - follow these 6 simple steps
|1. Check that your system will run the Solaris OS.|| |
If your system is not currently listed on the Solaris HCL but you have installed Solaris 10, please consider submitting details of your system so we may share this information with the Solaris user community.
|2. Find out if you have enough memory.||Solaris requires at least 256 MB of memory for a normal installation. However, for PXE booting, 512 MB is the recommended amount.|
|3. Make sure you have enough disk space.||A minimum of 2 GB of available space on your hard drive is recommended.|
|4. Make sure you have the latest and greatest software.|| |
|5. Ensure the applications you wish to run are supported.|| |
|6. Get support.||Find out more about the wide range of self-help offerings and Oracle support services available for Solaris 10. |