ISPmanager Panel System Requirements
The ISPmanager control panel requirements are minimal. The panel is more universal with broad support for mixed-platform environments and manages a wide range of third party software.
- ISPmanager for Unix
- ISPmanager for Windows
- Operating system:
- Debian 6, 7
- CentOS 6
- Hard disk system quotas support (optional)
We would not recommend that you partition the disk. After calling this method, you will be able to work only with disk quotas on the section where the /home directories are stored
Configure and enable quotas for better management of your customers.
The ISPmanager control panel has been developed to consume low resources and run even on a low powered home server or VPS.
Any resource amounts listed below (disk space, memory, etc.) are minimum recommendations and a greater amount of the given resource is usually beneficial but not required.
- Disk space ~ 40 MB.
- RAM ~ 10 MB.
The required software will be added on user’s server during the installation from his/her operating system repositories. If a user already have software programs on the server, ISPmanager will attempt to integrate with them during the installation process.
We offer a selectable bunch of preinstalled software:
- WWW Server: Apache
- Database Servers: MySQL and / or PostgreSQL
- Mail Servers: Sendmail, Exim, Postfix or CommunigatePro
- WebMail: SquirrelMail
- Mail Lists: Minimalist or MailMan
- POP3 Server: Dovecot
- DNS Server: Bind9
- FTP Server: ProFTPD, vsftpd
- Web Stats: AwStats, Webalizer
- Web interfaces for advanced work with databases: phpMyAdmin, phpPgAdmin
and many more.
To install ISPmanager on Windows you need a server with:
- Windows server 2008 Standard or later
- Windows server 2008 R2 Standard or later
The main requirements for the control panel to function are as follows:
- IIS 7 service
- DNS service
The program will download and install FTP 7 by itself.
- Google Chrome 8.0 or later
- Firefox 3.6 or later
- Opera 9.6 or later
- Internet Explorer 7 or later
- Safari 5.0 or later
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