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Dimencionar Hardware para servidores para Active Directory en Windows Server 2008 R2 RRS feed

  • Pregunta

  • Buenas tardes

    Actualmente tengo una infraestructura de Active Directory bajo Windows 2003, voy a migrar ActiveDirectory bajo Windows Server 2008 R2.

    Necesito sabes si existe alguna metodología de microsoft, alguna harramienta que me ayude a dimencionar las caracteristicas de hardware (CPU, numero de nucleos y/o cores, Memoria Ram, Procesador, DiscoDuro Ect) para mis nuevos servidores.

    Me intersa mucho hacer un buen dimencionamiento para que me soporte un crecimiento a 4 años.

    Actualmente cuento con aproximadamente 6000 usuarios, tengo replicas a varios controladores de dominio, y diferentes objetos.

    Saludos Cordiales

    miércoles, 9 de mayo de 2012 23:53

Respuestas

  • Gracias Marc

    Me ayudo mcuho la informacion que me hiciste favor de pasarme.

    De antemano quiero compartir la siguiente liga:

    Es un archivo ZIP que trae una persentacion de PowerPoint y un Doc que muestra informacion de utilidad sobre Active Directory en Windows Server 2008. Algo que me parecio muy bueno es la pagina N° 25. Lean los comentarios que estan debajo de cada diapositiva.

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    dentify minimum disk space requirements for each domain controller

    For each domain controller, plan to allocate at a minimum the following amount of space:

    •500 MB for Active Directory transaction logs
    •500 MB for the drive containing the SYSVOL share
    •1.5 GB to 2 GB for the Windows Server 2008 operating system files
    •0.4 GB of storage for every 1,000 users in the directory for the NTDS.dit drive
    For a given global catalog server, the additional space requirement is 50 percent of the recommended disk space for each additional domain outside of the global catalog’s own domain. In the earlier example, Domain A required 4 GB of disk space and Domain B required 2 GB of disk space. For a global catalog server in Domain A, an additional 1 GB will be needed (Domain B’s 2 GB / 2) for a total of 5 GB of storage. For a global catalog server in Domain B, an additional 2 GB will be needed (Domain A’s 4 GB / 2) for a total of 4 GB of disk space.

    Finally, if any applications are using the directory to store data in an application partition, the storage requirements for each application partition will need to be added to the domain controller disk requirements.


    Identify memory requirements for each domain controller

    Users per Domain in a Site     

    Minimum Memory Requirements per Domain Controller

    1–499     512 MB

    500–999     1 GB

    >1,000     2 GB

     

    Determine processor requirements

    The general recommendation is that for sites with fewer than 500 users, start with a single processor; for sites with fewer than 10,000 users, start with dual processors/cores and then scale from there. This assumes that the primary work of the directory is user authentication.


    Identify network requirements for each domain controller

    Typically, a single network adapter is sufficient to handle all of the network traffic to/from the server. If extremely high network traffic is expected, then it may be necessary to conduct testing to see if multiple network adapters are required. Some companies choose to use redundant network adapters to provide network adapter failover capabilities.

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    Saludos a todos

    miércoles, 16 de mayo de 2012 23:54

Todas las respuestas

  • Hola,

    Revisa estos links:

    También tienes herramientas para similar cargas como "Active Directory Performance Testing Tool (ADTest.exe)" (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=15275) que si bien no te dimensiona el AD, sí puede hacer ver qué hardware necesitas.


    Saludos,

    Marc
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    jueves, 10 de mayo de 2012 6:43
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  • Excelente Marc

    Voy a dar una revisada a los links y te comento

    Saludos

    jueves, 10 de mayo de 2012 14:38
  • Gracias Marc

    Me ayudo mcuho la informacion que me hiciste favor de pasarme.

    De antemano quiero compartir la siguiente liga:

    Es un archivo ZIP que trae una persentacion de PowerPoint y un Doc que muestra informacion de utilidad sobre Active Directory en Windows Server 2008. Algo que me parecio muy bueno es la pagina N° 25. Lean los comentarios que estan debajo de cada diapositiva.

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    dentify minimum disk space requirements for each domain controller

    For each domain controller, plan to allocate at a minimum the following amount of space:

    •500 MB for Active Directory transaction logs
    •500 MB for the drive containing the SYSVOL share
    •1.5 GB to 2 GB for the Windows Server 2008 operating system files
    •0.4 GB of storage for every 1,000 users in the directory for the NTDS.dit drive
    For a given global catalog server, the additional space requirement is 50 percent of the recommended disk space for each additional domain outside of the global catalog’s own domain. In the earlier example, Domain A required 4 GB of disk space and Domain B required 2 GB of disk space. For a global catalog server in Domain A, an additional 1 GB will be needed (Domain B’s 2 GB / 2) for a total of 5 GB of storage. For a global catalog server in Domain B, an additional 2 GB will be needed (Domain A’s 4 GB / 2) for a total of 4 GB of disk space.

    Finally, if any applications are using the directory to store data in an application partition, the storage requirements for each application partition will need to be added to the domain controller disk requirements.


    Identify memory requirements for each domain controller

    Users per Domain in a Site     

    Minimum Memory Requirements per Domain Controller

    1–499     512 MB

    500–999     1 GB

    >1,000     2 GB

     

    Determine processor requirements

    The general recommendation is that for sites with fewer than 500 users, start with a single processor; for sites with fewer than 10,000 users, start with dual processors/cores and then scale from there. This assumes that the primary work of the directory is user authentication.


    Identify network requirements for each domain controller

    Typically, a single network adapter is sufficient to handle all of the network traffic to/from the server. If extremely high network traffic is expected, then it may be necessary to conduct testing to see if multiple network adapters are required. Some companies choose to use redundant network adapters to provide network adapter failover capabilities.

    ____________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Saludos a todos

    miércoles, 16 de mayo de 2012 23:54