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Sizzing IPRINT


Hi all, we have to migrate about 880 Printers for 3200 users from Quee
based printing to Iprint and cant find any recomendations about sizzing
of the servers Printing is running on a VetWare Cluster 3 Nodes with
NetWare 6.5 and SP5 CRP (5a) the servers are HP DL380 G4 with 4 Gig
memory.

How many Broker, Manager are necessary to to run IPRINT in this
environment smothly

thx for any input

Hannes Regli


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Hannes
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Re: Sizzing IPRINT

On Fri, 16 Mar 2007 07:57:28 +0000, Hannes wrote:

>
> Hi all, we have to migrate about 880 Printers for 3200 users from Quee
> based printing to Iprint and cant find any recomendations about sizzing of
> the servers Printing is running on a VetWare Cluster 3 Nodes with NetWare
> 6.5 and SP5 CRP (5a) the servers are HP DL380 G4 with 4 Gig memory.
>
> How many Broker, Manager are necessary to to run IPRINT in this
> environment smothly
>
> thx for any input


I have heard from a guy in Novell consulting that they recommend up to 400
printers per iPrint on Linux, so I guess around that might be a good
guideline.

--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp
www.nds8.co.uk
One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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Re: Sizzing IPRINT

On Mar 18, 4:35 pm, Mark Robinson
<mark.robin...@no.spam.please.nds8.co.uk> wrote:
> On Fri, 16 Mar 2007 07:57:28 +0000, Hannes wrote:
>
> > Hi all, we have to migrate about 880 Printers for 3200 users from Quee
> > based printing to Iprint and cant find any recomendations about sizzing of
> > the servers Printing is running on a VetWare Cluster 3 Nodes with NetWare
> > 6.5 and SP5 CRP (5a) the servers are HP DL380 G4 with 4 Gig memory.

>
> > How many Broker, Manager are necessary to to run IPRINT in this
> > environment smothly

>
> > thx for any input

>
> I have heard from a guy in Novell consulting that they recommend up to 400
> printers per iPrint on Linux, so I guess around that might be a good
> guideline.
>
> --
> Mark Robinson
> Novell Volunteer SysOpwww.nds8.co.uk
> One by one the penguins steal my sanity...



Guess I should think about stopping adding printer agents then - we
have topped the 1000 mark on HP DL380G3 3GHz 2GB memory running
nw65sp6.


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Re: Sizzing IPRINT

On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 00:47:23 -0700, ibelton wrote:

> On Mar 18, 4:35 pm, Mark Robinson
> <mark.robin...@no.spam.please.nds8.co.uk> wrote:
>> On Fri, 16 Mar 2007 07:57:28 +0000, Hannes wrote:
>>
>> > Hi all, we have to migrate about 880 Printers for 3200 users from
>> > Quee based printing to Iprint and cant find any recomendations about
>> > sizzing of the servers Printing is running on a VetWare Cluster 3
>> > Nodes with NetWare 6.5 and SP5 CRP (5a) the servers are HP DL380 G4
>> > with 4 Gig memory.

>>
>> > How many Broker, Manager are necessary to to run IPRINT in this
>> > environment smothly

>>
>> > thx for any input

>>
>> I have heard from a guy in Novell consulting that they recommend up to
>> 400 printers per iPrint on Linux, so I guess around that might be a good
>> guideline.
>>
>> --
>> Mark Robinson
>> Novell Volunteer SysOpwww.nds8.co.uk
>> One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

>
>
> Guess I should think about stopping adding printer agents then - we have
> topped the 1000 mark on HP DL380G3 3GHz 2GB memory running nw65sp6.


Well, to be honest, I think the Netware version can cope with more, but
yeah, I would stop now 🙂

--
Mark Robinson
Novell Volunteer SysOp
www.nds8.co.uk
One by one the penguins steal my sanity...

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