|10-29-2009, 04:18 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Looking for server benchmarking data
I'm new to WWJ, both client and server. I've got a pretty good idea of how to go about creating my map caches and installing the WMS server to serve mapping data to my clients (I want to run this on my own LAN, without internet).
Before I get started though, I am trying to find out some rules of thumb for what type of hardware I should attempt to run my WMS server on. I haven't been able to find any resources on the web, so I was hoping someone might have some experience with this.
For example, lets say I wanted to cache different layers of Texas and be able to serve that up to a couple dozen clients running WWJ. I'm not exactly sure which layers I'd like to provide yet, but probably some lansat and elevation data.
Are there any benchmarks that can tell me something along the lines of "for X GB of mapping data, with layers A B and C, connected to Y clients, your WMS server will need this processing speed, and this connection speed".
Basically, I'd like to avoid setting up my server and map caches only to find out that the server I chose is too slow for the amount of processing/throughput needed.
Thanks in advance.
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