On 20.11.2015 18:37, Karl Forner wrote:
Thanks Martin.
My expected numbers: users ~ 50 max, concurrent clients/sessions < 20, hosts < 20. I was thinking about a server with an old intel cpu, 4Gb RAM and smal HDD or USB key-based storage + an ethernet port. I have no idea if it is a common use in IT to run such (critical) application on its own dedicated appliance.
This configuration should be enough.

Virtualization is everywhere, many users use IPA in virtualized environment :-)

On Fri, Nov 20, 2015 at 6:29 PM, Martin Basti <mba...@redhat.com <mailto:mba...@redhat.com>> wrote:

    On 20.11.2015 16:47, Karl Forner wrote:

    Could you recommend me a mini appliance/server to use as a
    freeIPA server ?
    I guess the main points are an ethernet port, minimal
    consumption, robustness.

    Karl Forner


    I would say that minimal amount of RAM is 2GB with IPA 4.2, of
    course amount of resources depends on many things.

    Disk space at least 500MB for basic installation + baseOS + stored

    I do not know if IPA is limited by a CPU in somehow, but with very
    slow CPU you may need to increase timeouts (I saw the posts on
    this lists that it is possible to run IPA on raspberry pi with
    increased timeouts)

    Maybe would be better if you write what do you need this minimal
    configuration for and how many clients, users and connections
    should IPA handle.


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