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Hi everyone
I am thinking of setting up a JSP-server based on a Red Hat8-linux-distribution.
The mashine is a P2 350Mhz whit 160MB RAM and a 1,7GB harddisk.
This "server" is only to support a few small sites, so notthink big is nessesary.
I have been thinking on a Tomcat and a MySQL database. But mayby this is not the best solution considering the hardware.
Please feel free to update my about thise essues so I can get a prober server running and start hosting my one jsp-site.
 
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Not a problem for me. My test machine is a P200 with about 96MB RAM and about 4GB HD. I run Tomcat for servlets and JSPs, JOnAS for EJBs and There's a MySQL server on it as well, though the apps on that machine use a PostgreSQL server on a different box. The MySQL is used by one of the Apache apps.
Of course initial JSP compiles are a litle slow, but not unreasonable.
Your mileage may vary, of course. Given the right apps and the right workload, I could bring down a 16-CPU 2GHz farm, but for the basics, this does good enough.
[ March 11, 2003: Message edited by: Tim Holloway ]
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