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Dose any body know if there a spcification from apache for the minimal requirements to install tomcat ? I can't find it.


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Hi Jaime,
I am not sure about the official word from Apache.org for the exact min hardware specs.
However, Tomcat is not a resource hungry product and the least specs I've worked on goes back to a server with pentium pro 200MHz & 256 MB of RAM and it never had any problems.
It all depends on the web application you are trying to run. Hardware specs would just be a wild guess. If you are really keen then perform load testing of your applications.

Rahul..
 
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