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Creating a New node - Server Configuration

fcervantes@...
 

We are about to create our first node, and we like to know
What is the best configuration in terms of RAM, Memory, hard disk, etc. of the server to be created?

What is your experience?
Anyone can help?

Thanks in advance

Casey Kuhlman
 

Hello! Great question.

If you're only using a validator node then we generally recommend a minimum
of 1GB of RAM, 1 cloud CPU is generally sufficient, and a minimum of 20GB
of hard disk space on an SSD (if possible).

If you want to run the full stack (including the high level API) then
you'll want to triple that to use the entire stack.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Best,
~Casey
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CEO
Site: https://monax.io
Twitter:@monaxhq<https://twitter.com/monaxhq>,@compleatang<https://twitter.com/compleatang>
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On Tue, Aug 21, 2018 at 2:45 PM <fcervantes@...> wrote:
We are about to create our first node, and we like to know
What is the best configuration in terms of RAM, Memory, hard disk, etc. of
the server to be created?

What is your experience?
Anyone can help?

Thanks in advance



fcervantes@...
 

Hi Casey,
thanks for your answer. We will follow your recomendations, I'll let you know how it goes...

Regards!

Casey Kuhlman
 

One thing I should note is that while we currently run fine on 20GB hard
drives for future proofing it is probably wise to get a >= 40GB hard drive
for the nodes.

Best,
~Casey
____________________________________

Casey Kuhlman, Monax
CEO
Site: https://monax.io
Twitter:@monaxhq<https://twitter.com/monaxhq>,@compleatang<https://twitter.com/compleatang>
Email: @compleatang
Phone (US): +1-423-523-9531 <javascript:void(0);>; (UK): +44-75-073-96359
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On Thu, Aug 23, 2018 at 6:54 AM <fcervantes@...> wrote:
Hi Casey,
thanks for your answer. We will follow your recomendations, I'll let you
know how it goes...

Regards!