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Old 12-14-2012, 06:28 AM   #1
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Server requirement for Domain server using Samba4 for 100 users


Hello everyone,

I really need an expert advice on this. Can anyone please tell what would be the server requirement for a Server with Samba4 and DHCP running 100 users under the domain?
I am running with Inter Xeon CPU 2GHz processor with 11 GB RAM but since last few days my server is regularly hanging. I am unable to find the reason behind it. Currently the server is using 8GB of RAM.

Can anyone tell me using either Windows Active Directory or Samba4 what would you suggest as minimum server requirement for 100 users?

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