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Oracle E-Business Suite Hardware Requirements - IProcurement Module

Discussion in 'System Administration & Application DBA' started by bado, Sep 10, 2009.

  1. bado

    bado Active Member

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    Hi to all, can someone tell me how can i calculate the server requirement for iprocurement module? we have 80 user licenses and all are working simultaneously..
    and we are planning to add another 100 licenses for iprocurement.

    Currently our EBSuite running on a two tier, the Application Tier and Database Tier,
    Using HP Proliant DL380, RHEL 4.6 32-bit 10GB Memory
    Here all the Modules running:
    Oracle Purchasing
    Oracle Discrete Manufacturing
    Oracle Project Costing
    Oracle Project Management
    Oracle Project Billing for Oracle
    Project Costing
    Oracle Financials

    And we are planning to enable the iprocurement module, but we are encountering the some performance issue.

    Some expert suggestions and comments is very much appreciated,
    Thanks all.
     
  2. apps_expert

    apps_expert Forum Expert

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    Re: Oracle EBS - IProcurement Module

    IProcurement isn't a memory intensive model, but from the configuration you have listed you are short on memory. As you would be aware because of different product combinations, different user profiles, and different configurations, there is no one sizing answer for all hardware platforms.

    However a good guideline is to keep 25 MB per user license on the application tier, if all are to work simultaneously.

    On your database tier consider the below to arrive at Memory requirement.
    • Oracle database overhead
    • size of system global areas (SGA)
    • number of concurrent users
    • other software running on the database tier

    Since you already have experience of performance with 80 user licenses, make a relative increase in memory on database tier for 100 more users.
     
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  3. bado

    bado Active Member

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    Thank you for the idea :hurray
     
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    Nidhi25 Forum Genius

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    Thanks. It was useful discussion.
     
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    shreya92 Active Member

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    Thanks for sharing the information with us.
    It might be useful some where in E- business oracle suite.
    And also while oracle applications.