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Can Fedora server support 1000 email clients for e-mail services

asked 2016-01-18 01:40:08 -0500

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I would like to know if Fedora Server can support RAID,multi-core processor servers and also email services for over 1000-named account

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answered 2016-01-18 04:04:56 -0500

hedayat gravatar image

Yes, it can! Fedora supports RAID & multi-core processor servers (as most other distributions do too!). I don't think that handling 1000 email accounts is too much, but if the load becomes high you should certainly know how to configure the server(s) for that load.

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answered 2016-01-20 09:28:17 -0500

hannsandersson gravatar image

Certainly Fedora can perform this task!

The bigger question is if you want to use Fedora server with its short life-cycles for a productive system. (To me 1000 client seems to be a productive system, no test@home network stuff). If you took all the time and effort to setup up the system, I assume you want stability and reliability on not already think of the next upgrade and configuration modifications.

Don't get me wrong my friends, I love Fedora but for productive server systems I strongly recommend CentOS. Maybe there will be an extended life cycle for Fedora server products in the future.

Please change the title of your question: CAPS means shouting. No need. I can't do even though it's a wiki (not enough "karma").

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Tried to insert some links. Didn't work. Maybe not enough Karma.

hannsandersson gravatar imagehannsandersson ( 2016-01-20 09:28:52 -0500 )edit

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