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Server sizing

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi_ret on Oct 03, 2016

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SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager can perform configuration management for any sized network, from small corporate LANs to large enterprise and service provider networks. Most SolarWinds NCM implementations perform well on Pentium-class 3GHz systems with 4GB of RAM using the default simultaneous transfer settings, and with no modifications to node monitoring settings.

Should scalability issues arise, adjust the following:

  • Number of simultaneous transfers
  • Frequency of uploads, downloads, and inventory jobs
  • Node polling interval for up/down monitoring

Inventory jobs may run longer than expected in larger environments. To remedy this situation, break large inventory jobs into smaller jobs that do not include as many nodes, and space these jobs over a longer period of time. Adjusting server CPU and memory will enhance user interface performance and job execution speed.

 

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