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SAS IOM server

Our company is planning to license SAS Integration Technologies and install IOM server to access Oracle database in a client/server environment.As I am new to SAS/IT,I would be glad if anybody can tell me what are the minimum system requirements (hard disk space,memory etc) to install IOM bridge server and Metadata server on a Solaris 5 platform.

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John

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Re: SAS IOM server

From a Google advanced search against the SAS.COM website, several technical documents are revealed - suggest starting here:

Overview of SAS Integration Technologies
http://support.sas.com/rnd/itech/doc9/overview/index.html


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Thanks Scott.

I did go through the Administrators guide.It explains how a server can be set up and configure the applications etc.But nothing related to minimum system requirements.I found a document which in general gives minimum system requirements for SAS IT.It says 30-40 mb space is enough and no mention of RAM.I am confused if such small space is enough for setting up a server to deal with a 200gb oracle database.
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John

You will find all this information within the SAS install centre:
http://support.sas.com/documentation/installcenter/

i.e:
Solaris SAS® 9.2 Foundation
System Requirements
for Solaris® for x64
http://support.sas.com/kb/36/467.html

http://support.sas.com/documentation/installcenter/en/ikfdtnsaxsr/62150/PDF/default/sreq.pdf

It's also always a good idea to contact your SAS account manager and ask these questions so SAS can work out a proposal for your company which suits your specific needs. - And if you can: Don't stick too much to a hardware architecture for the solution. Ask for a proposal covering your needs which fits into the already existing architecture.

HTH
Patrick
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