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System Requirements


System Requirements

Contents

Client: hardware

To use web interface of Openbravo 3 any modern office system would work. Since Openbravo is a web application it can be used on any device that is capable of running current web browser (see browser´s system requirements for a bare minimum). As with most web based applications, a faster CPU and more RAM makes the GUI snappier and more pleasant to use. Larger displays also make users more productive using wide grids, forms and multiple tabs. To give an example: a computer with an i3 processor with 4GB RAM and display with a 1680x1050 resolution is a comfortable setup for the Openbravo 3 web client.

Client: web browsers

It is strongly recommended to use at least the recommended versions of the mentioned browsers to ensure a better user experience as Openbravo 3 does benefit greatly from the improved performance in those versions.


In the PR16Q3 release, the list of supported/recommended browsers is:

Web browser Minimum required Recommended version
Firefox 38 45 or higher
Chrome 50 51 or higher
Internet Explorer 9 11 or higher
Edge (EdgeHTML) 12 13 or higher
Safari 8 9 or higher


In the PR16Q2 release, the list of supported/recommended browsers is:

Web browser Minimum required Recommended version
Firefox 38 45 or higher
Chrome 48 49 or higher
Internet Explorer 9 11 or higher
Edge (EdgeHTML) 12 13 or higher
Safari 8 9 or higher


In the PR16Q1 release, the list of supported/recommended browsers is:

Web browser Minimum required Recommended version
Firefox 38 38 or higher
Chrome 46 47 or higher
Internet Explorer 9 11 or higher
Safari 8 9 or higher


Starting from PR15Q2:

Client: network connectivity

Here there are example configurations, depending on the number of concurrent users to be supported. These assume the server is hosted with a fast connection so it's network is not a limiting factor.


Downstream bandwidth Concurrent users
3Mbit/s <=10
10MBit/s <=20
100MBit/s <=100
Bulbgraph.png   As every usage scenario is different and there's no standard the real bandwidth usage in practice may differ from those given above.

Server: Java based = multiplatform

Openbravo runs wherever the Java JDK works. This currently means:

Either PostgreSQL or Oracle should also be supported by your target system

Server: software stack

Bulbgraph.png   If a new major version is not listed here it means it is not yet tested and it's not officially supported.


Stack component Supported versions Recommended version Notes
Java 2 SE 6, 7, 8 Latest 7.x OpenJDK, Sun JDK and IBM JDK supported

Java8 support got an important bugfix in PR16Q1

PostgreSQL 9.1.x, 9.2.x, 9.3.x, 9.4.x, 9.5.x Latest 9.3.x With UUID support enabled (contrib)

PostgreSQL 9.5 supported starting with PR16Q1

Oracle 11g, 12c 11gR2 Oracle XE not supported - Oracle 12c supported starting with PR15Q3
Apache Tomcat 6.0.x, 7.0.x, 8.0.x Latest 7.0.x Tomcat 7 supported starting with PR15Q1

Tomcat 8 supported starting with PR15Q4

Apache Ant 1.7.1, 1.8.x, 1.9.x 1.9.x -
Apache HTTP Server 2.2.x, 2.4.x Latest 2.4.x Optional but recommended
Apache mod_jk connector 1.2.x Latest 1.2.x Optional but recommended
Apache Tomcat Native 1.1.x Latest 1.1.x Optional but recommended

Changes in Software stack support:

Server: hardware sizing

Please follow Sizing article for the hardware recommendations based on the number of concurrent users to be supported.

Virtualization: notes

In the case of a virtualized solution (VMware, VirtualBox, Xen, etc), the Host system on which the virtual machine is running should have at least 3GB of RAM for 32bit instances and 4GB for 64bits, to ensure that in addition to the virtual machine the host system is not continuously swapping to ensure a smooth operation.

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