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The minimum system requirement listed for Operator is a Celeron CPU. How will performance be with an Atom (single or dual-core)? Is this supported in the host linux distro?

Also, what sort of performance would one expect out of an SSD drive instead of a spinning disk? Obviously there would be no TRIM support in the Operator OS, but aside from VMs, most disk access would be reads anyway...

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Vladimir Toncar (Kerio)

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Hi Sam,

The Atom processor is supported in the OS. We tested a dual-core Atom 330 box last year and the performance was quite low. I would use it for at most 5 concurrent calls, to keep some CPU cycles for the administration console and MyPhone usage. You can expect the Admin console to be slower, though.

An SSD disk should be fine.

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