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    e-commerce

    Hi Beloved Friends,

    Our Company does not have e-commerce application yet. And we are
    required to build one, so that customers can transact business with
    us(on the web) wherever they are all over the world. I was task to
    make capacity plan and recommend what resources to buy. We have a
    bugdet of usd400K. So without much ado and thinking I have to
    consult you if my ideas are sound I have a low self confidence
    u know

    Given:
    500 maximum clients accessing on the Web (Internet) simultaneously
    Apps type = OLTP

    Recommendations:

    1 DB server IBM RS600 P520 5L,
    OracleDB 10g,
    100GB DISK,
    3GB RAM,
    2-way processor
    1 APPS server IBM RS600 P520 5L,
    Oracle 10g IAS,
    50GB DISK,
    6GB RAM,
    2-way processor
    Jdeveloper to be used for the web apps, and inhouse training while
    we develop the application(to be conducted by Oracle)

    Are these resources enough already? Did I forget something important?

    Does a 6GB RAM on the Apps server enough for the 500 clients?
    Does a 3GB RAM on the DB server enough for the 500 clients?

    Thanks a lot in advance

    Ms C3
    Last edited by kris123; 05-08-2005 at 10:07 PM.

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    Hi Kris

    big topic to answer and not sufficient data.500 users gmm ? concurrent or total .what application server oralc apps tomcat ?

    regards
    Hrishy

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    Hunie,

    We will approx. have
    500 maximum concurrent users with
    Oracle 10g Apps server using JDeveloper (In-house apps development).

    I just heard that web based apps is memory intensive. Is 10Mb mem
    allocation enough for each user?

    Thanks again

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    depends how much work they are doing, how much sorting is going on, how many tps

    I have a feeling you have no idea about any of those

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    Hun,
    I just need the average one, then I may add up a buffer like 30%.
    We will just start a simple web apps, no complex process.
    Would u know the average memory usage?

    Thanks

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    there is no average there is no normal, its purely a function of what work your application is doing and only you know that (or dont know)

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    hmmnn ok....maybe u have a running production web apps(e-commerce,
    etc) can u tell me whats ur average memory usage pleaseee

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