Christof, No worries, that's what we're here for. If the 20GB is just for any disk-based caching (and the data itself is stored elsewhere) that sounds like a reasonable starting point. The details are highly dependent upon the nature of the data itself, how big the data requests are, and how many concurrent accesses the server is getting. Ryan > thanks a lot for this information. We will have approx. 20GB of storage on > the virtual server (which, however, could be expanded). Iâm sure that this > depends on the applications, but do you think that this is > enough for most common tasks? Iâm quite new to the whole subject and I hope > that I do not bug you too much with all these issuesâ ;) Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: WVA-198552 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Emergency Status: Closed
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