Hardware requirements for Client Management OnDemand

Hardware requirements for the relays

This table lists the recommended hardware per node count. It is important to understand that this document generalizes the hardware recommendations. The hardware requirements can be more or less for any given environment.

When running in virtual environments, CPU, RAM, and NIC utilization on the host system can impact performance. Dedicated physical CPU, RAM, and NIC cards can improve performance.

Evaluation

Parameter

Value

CPU

1

Core

2

Speed

2 GHz

Cache

2 MB

RAM

4 GB

Estimated size

50 GB

Production

Parameter

Value

CPU

1

Core

4

Speed

2 GHz

Cache

8 MB

RAM

8 GB

Disk size

60 GB These estimations are for infrastructures in which for best performance, a Windows relay has a maximum of 2000 child nodes or a Linux relay has a maximum of 5000 child nodes. If your infrastructure requires more nodes per relay, contact BMC support for specific sizing. If the master relay takes over all space consuming master functionalities, the amount of required disk space is estimated for usage over 3 years. Individual disk size estimations are as follows, which must to be added to the relay that has the respective functionality:

  • Patch management: 18 GB
  • Software distribution: 30 GB
  • Operating system distribution: 5 GB per image
  • Other (temporary files, reports, and so on) 10 GB

Hardware requirements for the console

Computers on which the console is to be launched require at least 2 GB RAM.

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