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Configuration for RHEL (Red Hat Linux) for Internet Web Application

 
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Hi,
We are going to develop an Internet Web Application on Linux (Red Hat) OS with WebSphere Application server. can anyone suggest the RAM Size of the Linux and version and other configurations .. this is my internet application on Linux.. please sugest some better CPU RAM configuration for the Linux Red Hat. thanks in Advance
 
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You've told us nothing about your web application, so how can we make any suggestions of system specifications?

Generally it is very difficult to make recommendations of this kind due to the fact that we have no idea how your application performs. Even if you describe its function and some suggestion can be derived, it doesn't account for design and implementation problems that result in higher than expected system resource utilisation.

The only way for you to be really sure about your system requirements is to test your own system, under a variety of load scenarios. Then measure, measure, measure, and measure some more.
 
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Sorry for that. Our Application will be a enterprise cloud managed Internet application for Internet router monitoring. Like usage of router settings etc.
 
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I don't think we are going to be able to provide the information you require. Sorry.
 
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