@sscarpone89_twitter I think that 2 cores and 4gb of ram should be enough for start (it also depends if you want to keep redis and DB on the same VM)
@mkurek yes, I want to create a VM with all required servers inside (MySQL and redis). How much do you suggest? And what about disk space?
it all depends on your traffic and expected db size (ex. number of servers stored in ralph). 2 CPU, 4 GB of RAM and ~30GB of disk should be totally fine for start (ralph itself has at most few hundreds of MB, our prod DB have at most 1GB as far as i remember, but it's better to allocate some space in case you'll want to store attachments, deployment files etc on this server).
We estimate to start with Ralph as IPAM product only, without exploiting the other features for now. So I think we can start with minimum requirement. Thanks for the kind answers!
@rbuckland hmm i think having the nic as an asset would over complicate things, but not really sure? as to your other question (PCI nic's etc.), that info should be kept in the ethernet>specs section. to me connections, should be kept separate. again, because if i disconnect an ethernet cable and connect it to another switch, i don't want to lose mac address, ip info, etc. that stuff's too valuable. connections should just be a virtual connection between machines to remember where you plugged things in. well, that's just my opinion - i don't think there's really a wrong answer though.
Hi all, am new here? Any one can provide me "ralph" vmware imge file for Centos 8 /7. I want to use it for my IT and Billing depts asset management. I would be very thank full to you. please help me.
✪ vi4m Marcin Kliks
We only provide Debian/Ubuntu packages as for now
Tristan Le Toullec
Hi all, and first point, thanks for Ralph. I've a simple problem. I want to execute a custom python script in order to make our migration from GLPI. How to execute a custom script which manipulate models ?