You, as a Synchronizer administrator, must ensure that the Synchronizer server meets Synchronizer system requirements, so that your Synchronizer system can function successfully.
Hardware requirements for the Synchronizer server:
2.2 GHz processor; multi-processor system recommended
8 GB RAM
45 MB of disk space for the Synchronizer software
200 GB of disk space recommended for data storage during system operation
Data storage disk space varies widely depending on the amount of data being synchronized, the number of users participating in synchronization, the logging level for Synchronizer log files, and other variables specific to your Synchronizer system implementation.
The largest consumers of disk space are the Synchronizer database (/var/lib/pgsql) and Synchronizer log files (/var/log/datasync). You might want to configure the Synchronizer server so that /var is a on separate partition to allow for convenient expansion.
Another large consumer of disk space is attachment storage in the /var/lib/datasync/syncengine/attachments directory.
NOTE:The 200 GB recommendation is appropriate for a large Synchronizer system of approximately 500 active users. A Synchronizer system with substantially fewer users requires substantially less disk space.
Static IP address
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11, plus the latest Support Pack
If PostgreSQL is not already installed on the Synchronizer server, the Data Synchronizer Installation program installs it for you.
Time synchronization among servers
For the most reliable synchronization of time-sensitive items such as appointments, the Synchronizer server and GroupWise servers should have their time synchronized as closely as possible. This is especially important on virtual machines.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) v3
Any of the following Web browsers:
Mozilla FireFox 3 or later
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or 8
The system requirements for each Synchronizer connector are listed in each connector’s Installation and Configuration Guide.