For a 600 node network with the full LMS 2.6 bundle installed, you should get a server with at least two Pentium 4 2.4GHz CPUs or higher (physical processors or cores), and 4 GB of RAM.
The disk won't necessarily matter since all new servers will come with enough disk for this sized network. However, if you want to maximize performance and reliability go with 15K SCSI disks in a RAID 1 or 0+1 configuration.
For the OS, go with Windows 2003. You don't need Enterprise for this sized network, but if you do go with Enterprise, you will have the option of upgrading to up to 32 GB of RAM.
DFM will only keep 30 days of event history ever. After that, the Fault History data is purged. If you need to keep a long audit trail, you can periodically export the DFM Fault History reports to a flat file.
As for memory usage, LMS will take a lot of RAM. If you find that page file usage is cutting in to performance, you should add more physical RAM to the system. If you have Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition, CiscoWorks will support up to 32 GB of RAM.
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