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Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Windows...   Drago Jankovic Oct 08, 2009
Re: Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Wind...   Derek Law Oct 08, 2009
Re: Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Wind...   Pascal Coulon Oct 23, 2009
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Subject Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Windows Server 
Author Drago Jankovic 
Date Oct 08, 2009 
Message I am about to implement two ArcGis servers
(redundant system) and I would like to know which OS is performance wise best for the Arcgis server 9.3.1: RedHat 4 or Windows Server 2003/2008.

Hardware platform is the same for both OS:
HP DL385G6
2.4 GHZ AMD OPTERON 2431 6-core
24 GB RAM
146 BG HD 15000 rpm

Are there any benchmarks for Arcgis server on RedHat and Windows Servers?

Thanks & regards,
Drago Jankovic
 
   
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Subject Re: Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Windows Server 
Author Derek Law 
Date Oct 08, 2009 
Message Hi Drago,

Try looking in the Implementation Gallery of the Enterprise GIS resource center.
It contains some test reports of ESRI benchmarks.

> Enterprise GIS resource center
http://resources.esri.com/EnterpriseGIS/

> Implementation Gallery
http://resources.esri.com/enterprisegis/index.cfm?fa=codeGallery

This whitepaper might also be useful:

> ArcGIS Server in Practice Series: High Capacity Map Services: A Use-Case with CORINE Land Cover Data
http://support.esri.com/index.cfm?fa=knowledgebase.whitepapers.viewPaper&PID=66&MetaID=1549

Hope this helps,
Derek Law
ESRI 
   
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Subject Re: Arcgis server OS: Linux Redhat vs. Windows Server 
Author Pascal Coulon 
Date Oct 23, 2009 
Message Hi There,

Has anybody got a white paper comparing the performance difference of a web map service on linux vs. windows.

Thanks,

 
  Pascal