This documentation relates to iSymphony 3.5. You can view older documentation on the Older Documentation page

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iSymphony will run well on any reasonably fast computer (e.g. a modern 2.0+ Ghz dual core processor). Memory and CPU requirements depend mainly on the amount of activity and users that your installation will have, as well as the maximum number of concurrent requests that the system will experience during peak hours.

  • iSymphony currently requires a physical system or Virtual Private Server (Such as OpenVZ, KVM, VMWare or similar) with a Network Interface Card (NIC) that supports MAC address assignment.
  • A small system that needs to handle around 5-10 concurrent users and around 200 calls per day would work sufficiently on a modern system with a 2.0+ GHz dual core CPU and 2 GB of available RAM.
  • A medium size system that needs to handle around 20-50 concurrent users and around 500 calls per day would work sufficiently on a modern system with a 3.0+ GHz dual core CPU and 2 GB of available RAM.
  • A large system that needs to handle around 50-100 concurrent users and around 1000 calls per day would work sufficiently on a modern system with a 3.0+ GHz quad core CPU and 3 GB of available RAM.
  • Utilizing a lower end CPU, like an Intel Atom, can handle a small amount of concurrent users (~5) and around 100 calls per day, but is not recommended.
  • iSymphony was built from the ground up to take advantage of multi-core CPUs. Running iSymphony on systems with only one core available is not recommended.

Please note that performance heavily depends on your dimensions and your usage pattern, much more than what is simply covered here. 

We would appreciate it if you let us know what hardware configuration works for you. Please create a ticket in our support system with your hardware specification and mention the number of users and issues in your iSymphony installation.

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