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estimating server requirements

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I am writing some documentation for a .NET web application and am trying to
come up with minimum server computer hardware requirements such as processor
speed, memory, hard drive size, ext. just wondering if there is any way to do
this?
thanks.
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Paul G
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Nov 19 '05 #1
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Is the web application already written?

Without some software to measure under stress it's really just a SWAG based
on experience....

Pieces to think about include:

- Number of concurrent users
- Amount of data moving back and forth between presentation layer and the DB
- Well known performance hogs, like document generation, heavy COM interop.
Those are just a few areas to think about..

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Scott
http://www.OdeToCode.com/blogs/scott/
I am writing some documentation for a .NET web application and am
trying to
come up with minimum server computer hardware requirements such as
processor
speed, memory, hard drive size, ext. just wondering if there is any
way to do
this?
thanks.

Nov 19 '05 #2

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thanks for the response. The application is already written and the
prototype is currently on a server. The Crystal report portion probably eats
up a bit of resources as well as some of the queries.

"Scott Allen" wrote:
Is the web application already written?

Without some software to measure under stress it's really just a SWAG based
on experience....

Pieces to think about include:

- Number of concurrent users
- Amount of data moving back and forth between presentation layer and the DB
- Well known performance hogs, like document generation, heavy COM interop.
Those are just a few areas to think about..

--
Scott
http://www.OdeToCode.com/blogs/scott/
I am writing some documentation for a .NET web application and am
trying to
come up with minimum server computer hardware requirements such as
processor
speed, memory, hard drive size, ext. just wondering if there is any
way to do
this?
thanks.


Nov 19 '05 #3

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