Re: [greenstone-users] Server storage space reqiuired-ASAP

From Michael Dewsnip
DateWed, 04 Aug 2004 14:47:55 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Server storage space reqiuired-ASAP
In-Reply-To (s107981a-060-172-16-0-2)
Hi,

I don't think the upper limits on Greenstone collection sizes have been tested very well. It depends in part on the type of documents in the collection, but you shouldn't have any problems building collections up to several gigabytes in size.

The space required for a Greenstone binary installation is about 100MB for Linux and Windows. If you want to modify Greenstone you'll need to install and compile the source code, which will probably take another 100MB.

Regards,

Michael

Subrata Deb wrote:

> Hi! Friends!
> Greetings from India! TERI
> We are planning to have a separate server for our Digital Library. In that context, I would appreciate if anyone can tell me what is the maximum data/information Greenstone digtal Library Software can handle and the server space required for Windows &/Linux platform.
> I look forward to hear from you soon
> Would be thankful for a quick reply
> With regards
>
> Subrata Deb
> Fellow
> Library and Information Centre
> The Energy and Resources Institute
> India Habitat Centre,
> Lodhi Road
> New Delhi - 110003
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