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I need to get a new machine if 10GB of RAM is ordinary. ;)
That box should be totally fine to run everything together. We've done it
with machines having lower specs than that.
If you run in to problems, just post them, and we'll do what we can to help
you through them.
On Thu January 14 2010 4:51:52 pm Terry McGuire wrote:
> Hello wise and busy VCL folks. (This might better belong on the VCL-User
> list, but it doesn't seem very, uh, used right now.)
> I'm trying yet again to set up a demo VCL system, and it occurred to me to
> ask a fundamental question. I'm putting all VCL-related services -
> database, web server, management node and VMware virtual machines on the
> same physical machine - an ordinary PC - 4 AMD cores, 10GB RAM - running
> 64-bit CentOS 5.4. Is there any reason why this can't be made to work,?
> If so, please tell me now, before I fail again. If not, I'll redouble my
> efforts, and maybe post a few more questions here.
> Thanks in advance for your generous replies,
> Terry McGuire
> Junior Analyst, Research Support Group
> Academic Information & Communication Technologies (AICT)
> University of Alberta
> Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 2H1
> Phone: 780-492-9422
Virtual Computing Lab (VCL)
North Carolina State University
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