move system requirements into separate file, move to chapter Installation
authorDietmar Maurer <dietmar@proxmox.com>
Wed, 5 Oct 2016 08:24:51 +0000 (10:24 +0200)
committerDietmar Maurer <dietmar@proxmox.com>
Wed, 5 Oct 2016 08:33:26 +0000 (10:33 +0200)
Makefile
debian/tree/pve-docs-mediawiki/pve-docs-mediawiki-import
pve-installation.adoc
pve-system-requirements.adoc [new file with mode: 0644]
sysadmin.adoc

index a780a6d..cf166fe 100644 (file)
--- a/Makefile
+++ b/Makefile
@@ -102,6 +102,7 @@ GEN_SCRIPTS=                                        \
 
 INSTALLATION_SOURCES=                          \
        pve-usbstick.adoc                       \
+       pve-system-requirements.adoc            \
        pve-installation.adoc
 
 SYSADMIN_PARTS=                                        \
@@ -159,6 +160,7 @@ PVE_ADMIN_GUIDE_SOURCES=                    \
 WIKI_IMPORTS=                                                                  \
        section-pve-usbstick-plain.html                                         \
        section-getting-help-plain.html                                         \
+       section-pve-system-requirements-plain.html                              \
        $(addsuffix -plain.html, $(addprefix sysadmin-, ${SYSADMIN_PARTS}))     \
        $(addsuffix -plain.html, $(addprefix chapter-, ${CHAPTER_LIST}))        \
        $(addsuffix .5-plain.html, ${CONFIG_LIST})                              \
index 518b084..8c7e7a0 100755 (executable)
@@ -76,6 +76,10 @@ my $docs = {
        title => "Install from USB Stick",
        category => $cat_refdoc,
     },
+    'section-pve-system-requirements-plain.html' => {
+       title => "System Requirements",
+       category => $cat_refdoc,
+    },
     'section-getting-help-plain.html' => {
        title => "Getting Help",
        category => $cat_refdoc,
index 8321992..27f2d72 100644 (file)
@@ -24,6 +24,12 @@ within a few minutes, including the following:
 * Complete toolset
 * Web based management interface
 
+ifndef::wiki[]
+
+include::pve-system-requirements.adoc[]
+
+endif::wiki[]
+
 
 Using the {pve} Installation CD-ROM
 -----------------------------------
@@ -194,6 +200,8 @@ Video Tutorials
 See Also
 --------
 
+* link:/wiki/System_Requirements[System Requirements]
+
 * link:/wiki/Package_Repositories[Package Repositories]
 
 * link:/wiki/Host_System_Administration[Host System Administration]
diff --git a/pve-system-requirements.adoc b/pve-system-requirements.adoc
new file mode 100644 (file)
index 0000000..b7646ff
--- /dev/null
@@ -0,0 +1,43 @@
+System Requirements
+-------------------
+include::attributes.txt[]
+
+For production servers, high quality server equipment is needed. Keep
+in mind, if you run 10 Virtual Servers on one machine and you then
+experience a hardware failure, 10 services are lost. {pve}
+supports clustering, this means that multiple {pve} installations
+can be centrally managed thanks to the included cluster functionality.
+
+{pve} can use local storage (DAS), SAN, NAS and also distributed
+storage (Ceph RBD). For details see xref:chapter-storage[chapter storage].
+
+
+Minimum Requirements, for Evaluation
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+
+* CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64)
+
+* Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU/Mainboard for KVM Full Virtualization support
+
+* RAM: 1 GB RAM, plus additional RAM used for guests
+
+* Hard drive
+
+* One NIC
+
+
+Recommended System Requirements
+~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+
+* CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64), Multi core CPU recommended
+
+* Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU/Mainboard for KVM Full Virtualization support
+
+* RAM: 8 GB RAM, plus additional RAM used for guests
+
+* Hardware RAID with batteries protected write cache (``BBU'') or flash
+ based protection
+
+* Fast hard drives, best results with 15k rpm SAS, Raid10
+
+* At least two NICs, depending on the used storage technology you need more
index 13c949d..ccba5c9 100644 (file)
@@ -27,46 +27,6 @@ topics. They either explains things which are different on {pve}, or
 tasks which are commonly used on {pve}. For other topics, please refer
 to the standard Debian documentation.
 
-System requirements
--------------------
-
-For production servers, high quality server equipment is needed. Keep
-in mind, if you run 10 Virtual Servers on one machine and you then
-experience a hardware failure, 10 services are lost. {pve}
-supports clustering, this means that multiple {pve} installations
-can be centrally managed thanks to the included cluster functionality.
-
-{pve} can use local storage (DAS), SAN, NAS and also distributed
-storage (Ceph RBD). For details see xref:chapter-storage[chapter storage].
-
-Minimum requirements, for evaluation
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-* CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64)
-
-* Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU/Mainboard for KVM Full Virtualization support
-
-* RAM: 1 GB RAM, plus additional RAM used for guests
-
-* Hard drive
-
-* One NIC
-
-Recommended system requirements
-~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-
-* CPU: 64bit (Intel EMT64 or AMD64), Multi core CPU recommended
-
-* Intel VT/AMD-V capable CPU/Mainboard for KVM Full Virtualization support
-
-* RAM: 8 GB RAM, plus additional RAM used for guests
-
-* Hardware RAID with batteries protected write cache (``BBU'') or flash
- based protection
-
-* Fast hard drives, best results with 15k rpm SAS, Raid10
-
-* At least two NICs, depending on the used storage technology you need more
 
 ifdef::wiki[]