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Re: Hardware and Support Software requirements for VMaster

From: Frank Reiss <f.reiss_at_impeva.com>
Date: 2006-01-27 23:39:30 CET


VMWare will run on (Redhat ES4) Linux or Windows. We are running two Dell Power Edge 1850 systems with RedHat ES4 Linux.
Get a log of Memory and a fast CPU I have a dozen VM systems running on each box. You do not need Apache Tomcat to run either. If you go to the VMware web site www.vmware.com it will give you the information you need.

Frank Reiss
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  From: NAGESAN Karthik (AXA-L)
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  Sent: Friday, January 27, 2006 9:16 AM
  Subject: Hardware and Support Software requirements for VMaster

  Does anyone know the Hardware requirements and the supporting software required for running VMaster? I believe it is run on the Apache Tomcat server..??


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