The LMS 3.0 install guide doesn't list any specific CPU speed requirements. It just says 2 CPU's. It does list RAM and disk requirements however. The LMS 3.0 data sheet does list specific CPU speeds. For example for the 1500 device version it says "2 Intel Xeon CPU at 3.66 GHz". Does this mean 1 dual-core Xeon, or 2 dual-core Xeon? Is this a hard requirement? Can I install the 1500 device version on a 3.0 GHz Xeon and manage 900 devices with adaquate performance?
CPU is a hard requirement as is RAM and disk space. When it says two CPUs are required, it means two physical cores. That is, you can either have two separate CPUs, or one dual-core CPU. HyperThreading does not count as a real core even though the OS indicates the machine has multiple CPUs.
The installation will not fail, but performance will be unacceptable. CPU becomes more of a limiting factor given the number of applications on the same server more than the total managed device count. Managed devices does come into play, but when you install the entire LMS bundle on a single server, you have more threads competing for CPU time. You really need a dual-core/CPU machine for a solution server. TAC will also not support you unless you meet the minimum requirements.
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