OS Requirements, Hardware and Network Configuration Recommendations for ASR Manager
ASR Manager can be installed on any server that meets the OS and hardware requirements, including virtual environments.
x86 or SPARC Server running Solaris 10u6 or later, or Solaris 11
SPARC Server running Solaris 10u6 or later, or Solaris 11
x86 Server running Oracle Linux 5.3 or later
Windows 7/Windows XP
VirtualBox running Solaris 10u6 or later, or Solaris 11
VirtualBox running Oracle Linux 5.3 or later
Installation on M-Series domains and blade servers
Note: ASR Manager version 3.1 removed the requirements that the ASR Manager be installed on a server that is currently under an Oracle Service Contract and that the server has been qualified for ASR. ASR Manager can be installed on any server that meets the OS and hardware requirements.
Hardware and Network Recommendations:
The following hardware and configurations are suggested for use at your site. For simplicity purposes, we define 1 T1 Unit processing power as equivalent to 1 T1000 CPU thread of 1GHz. The following recommendations are based on families of products and the most economical models are suggested. If you want to use older models, you must determine if they provide equivalent results to those recommended for your Management Tier size. If your calculations are between tiers or closer to the next size tier, you might want to use the higher tier recommendations for your needs.
Class 1: Smaller (Less than 500 assets)
Two T1 Units and 2GB memory are recommended.
Sun SPARC Enterprise T1000 server
1 x 6-Core Ultra SPARC T1 Processor, 1.0 GHz
4 GB memory 3 MB Level 2 Cache
1 x 160 GB 7200 rpm SATA disk drive
4 x 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
You can use a similar powered system. For example, older T1000 models have less cores but more than enough for this class.