Guidance on number of Cores for ArcGIS DataStore server

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01-15-2020 05:11 PM
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JonSwoveland
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Hey all, the hardware requirements for ArcGIS DataStore don't mention anything about number of cpu cores to allocate to the DataStore host server.  This will be for a dedicated  DataStore service, hosting a relational datastore. Estimating a max of 50 concurrent users, although many services will be backed by Enterprise Geodatabases.

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JeffDeWeese
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Jon, The number of cores required is generally determined by some sort of capacity analysis based on the type of workflows you are performing. The minimum would be 2 cores and you may have to go to 4 cores if the workflows were heavier with 50 users (e.g., Insights usage). But, with 50 users performing general hosted feature service queries with a reasonable "think time" between requests (e.g., 6 seconds average), then 2 cores would likely be adequate.

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JeffDeWeese
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Jon, The number of cores required is generally determined by some sort of capacity analysis based on the type of workflows you are performing. The minimum would be 2 cores and you may have to go to 4 cores if the workflows were heavier with 50 users (e.g., Insights usage). But, with 50 users performing general hosted feature service queries with a reasonable "think time" between requests (e.g., 6 seconds average), then 2 cores would likely be adequate.

JonSwoveland
New Contributor III

Thanks for the insight, Jeff!

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