This describes the server requirements for both a physical deaddrop server and a virtual server. This document explains the recommendations for a server purchase or the specifications that a virtual server needs.
The basis for the hardware and virtual hardware recommendation is a 200 user license with normal day-to-day usage of the service. With normal day-to-day usage we mean 20-30% of the licensed user use it daily for single file operations of small-to-medium size files (1-100Mb files). Depending on the usage and the number of simultaneous deaddrop users the requirements may be different.
The table below will show the requirement for a physical server running deaddrop
|Deaddrop||Deaddrop with AV-plugin|
|CPU||One 64bit 2 GHz, 8-core||Two 64bits 2,3 GHz, 8-core|
|Memory||8GB DDR4 ECC ~2000 MHz||16GB DDR4 ECC ~2000 Mhz|
|PSU||Two, at least one connected to UPS||Two, at least one connected to UPS|
|Network card||minimum 1Gbit||minimum 1Gbit|
|Hard drives||2 in software raid||2 in software raid|
|SAS/RAID card||Support for direct access(HBA)||Support for direct access(HBA)|
|Chassis units||1U chassis||1U chassis|
|Rails||Click rails||Click rails|
|Cable Management||1U chassis||1U chassis|