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Hi i am trying to install and deploy Zenoss, I have a few questions that are confusing to me, the guide sais i need a minimun of 20gb or ram, and i see some online posts that mention 4gb minimun i am only trying to monitos 10 computers bandwith and a few servers and switches, is there a 32bit version of this that can be loaded in Centos 7?
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Zenoss needs 4GB of ram (at the very least) to run successfully. That being said, there is no support for 32-bit distros because the maximum amount of RAM you can use on a 32-bit system is 3.25GB (32,768MB), as well as the system being designed with an x64 architecture for that reason.
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I see, it just that the instructions were throwing me off, with the 20gb of ram needed to run the program. what it will be using is very minimal. thank you for clearing that up.
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