[TYPO3-typo3org] propsed memory limit @ typo3.org vs EXT:reports

Georg Kuehnberger georg at georg.org
Thu Nov 26 23:58:29 CET 2009

+1 (with below additions)

In addition the EXTmngr in fact needs at least 48mb (acc. to other 
official Sources), and probably more (parsing the ever-growing xml from 
+3k extensions).

Given the fact that memory nowadays IS chea and widely available any 
statements in the range of "16/32mb" minimum-information is IMHO 
neighter necessary nor helpful.
Given we are talking about an Enterprise-CMS like TYPO3, I guess the 
following statement should be fine for TYPO3v4:

- minimum: 64M
- preferred: 256M

You might wanna compare this to:
   "Memory_limit no less than 256Mb (preferably 512)"

Despite being magento not being the best example of a ressource-aware 
codebase ;-) however such statements dont do any harm to the 
marketability of Enterprise-Applications (even to the contrast);

regards georg

PS: No I did not yet measure flow3's mem-usage though I'd be surprised 
if it could work beyond 256Mb (given all the features & the JSR repo);

Georg Ringer wrote:
> Hi,
> http://typo3.org/about/system-requirements/ says: But the bottom line is
> - configure for at least 16 MB memory (we recommend to use 32 MB or even
> more).
> but reports module says about 32 MB: Depending on your configuration,
> TYPO3 can run with a 32M PHP memory limit. However, a 64M PHP memory
> limit or above is recommended, especially if your site uses additional
> extensions.
> IMO one of the texts should get changed, I guess the 1st
> georg

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