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    minimum required RAM size

    Hi friends,

    We will be implementing Oracle Financials (EBS) on Linux RHEL 2-node Apps-tier(middle-tier) and 2-node RAC database, a total of 4 servers. Would you know the minimum required size of RAM for each of the server? We will be having 20 apps users. Or can you give me links to docs on capacity plan for servers implem?

    Thanks a lot
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    totally dependant on the users and the application involved, how much sql, how much data will be cached, how many sorts will be done?

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    Thanks davey,

    Can you just give me average pls assuming an average work normally done on a
    financials apps or just your wild intelligent guess

    Is 4gb RAM enough for 20 users?

    Thanks
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    I would go for 8GB RAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tamilselvan
    I would go for 8GB RAM.
    No offence but that’s what I would call a “consultant’s water cooler answer”, broad, unspecific and supported by nothing but your statement. You can do better than that Tamil.
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