OS4X system requirements

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OS4X needs the following components to be available:

  • Web interface:
    • Any webserver able to serve PHP script output (mostly common: Apache, nginx)
    • PHP >=5.3.7 incl. support for JSON, bzip2 and XML, with a recommended memory size of 128MB per process and maximum execution time of minimum 60 seconds
    • Database specific extensions:
      • When using MySQL or MariaAB: PHP with MySQLi support
      • When using DB2: PHP with DB2 client support
      • When using SQLite: PHP with SQLite3 support
  • HTML5 capable web browser:
    • Microsoft Edge 12
    • Internet Explorer 11
    • Internet Explorer 10
    • Internet Explorer 9
    • Internet Explorer 8
    • Chrome 56+ (2017)
    • Firefox 51+ (2017)
    • Firefox 45 - 50 (2016)
    • Safari 10+ (2016)
    • Safari 9 (2015)
    • Safari 8 (2014)
    • Safari 7 (2013)
    • Safari 6 (2012)
    • Opera 43+ (2017)
    • iOS 10 - Safari
    • iOS 9 - Safari
    • iOS 8 - Safari
    • Android 7.0 Nougat - Stock Browse (Chrome)r
    • Android 6.0 Marshmallow - Stock Browse (Chrome)r
    • Android 5.0/1 Lollipop - Stock Browser (Chrome)
    • Android 4.4 Kit Kat - Stock Browser (Chrome)
    • Windows 10 Mobile - Edge
  • OS4X Core:
    • TCP/IP v4 enabled networking machine with at least one network controller installed and configured
    • at least 900MB of hard disk space
    • at least 750MB free space for automatic updates
    • at least 512MB RAM (+2MB per parallel file transfer process)
    • Database backend system (one of these):
      • MySQL 4.2 and up (prefered, no external libraries needed)
      • MariaDB 10.1.23-9 and up
      • DB2 9.7 and up (local DB2 client must be installed and configured for access to DB2 instance); newer versions of DB2 must be compatible with DB2 9.7
      • SQLite3 (no external libraries needed)
    • Platform specific:
      • Linux: any Linux kernel >=2.4.2, GLIBC 2.4 and up
      • AIX: AIX 5.3ML6 and up
      • Mac OS X: Mac OS X 10.8 and up
  • OS4X Enterprise:
    • If OS4X Webaccess is used for creating send jobs: configured PHP with a defined maximum file upload and POST size of the required maximum filesize
    • If external authentification is used: PAM support in underlying operating system with configured modules
    • Recommendation of a high value of allowed amount of processes and open files
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