Q: What is the hardware requirement?
A: Bugzero does not require expensive high-end hardware to run. On the contrary,
an old computer, such as an Intel Pentium 500 MHz or similar, is probably good
and fast enough to run Bugzero (If you expect a high number of concurrent users,
however, a large RAM, such as 512Mb, will be helpful).
As far as the Web container, install a full J2EE application server such as
WebLogic or WebSphere on such a computer is probably not a good idea.
On the other hand, Apache Tomcat should work just fine.
If you do not have an existing database to be used by Bugzero, we recommend you
to install MySQL on the same computer. But be aware that, it is your responsiblity
to backup your database regularly.
Note, the hard drive is for the database computer, and the size needed completely
depends on how many issues/bugs you will have. The above estimate should be large
enough in a normal situation. What CPU and memory you need depends on how many
concurrent users will be on the system at a given time.
|Concurrent Users: ||<5||5-10||10-50|| 50+|
|Hard Drive: ||10GB||20GB||30GB||40GB|