I am going to be installing LMS 4.2 in a lab situation for evaluation and testing. I noticed the drive specs requirement listed 256G. Since the number of devices I will be testing against will be less than 10, can I install it with less disk space for the purposes of this eval ? Would like to keep it to around 100GB for this situation if possible. Once I roll to production, it will have the required amount of disk space.
LMS will build the tables based upon the size of the installation.. in this case, small so 500 devices.. It does not matter the number of actuall devices, except in the amount of logging information that will be generated. I would not recommend a smaller disk.. you could potentially run into serious problems. Typically we say these are the minimums and in production you should size it as twice the minimum.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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