The configuration of the Linux Server is as follows:
The Processor normally used in hostcats are 'Dual Core or Quad Core'. However it depends upon the server requirements based on which the most suitable processor is used.
The RAM exists from 4GB to 16GB. But it is used depending upon the requirements in the server.
The above mentioned configuration is a common setup. It does not mean that this will be the same even in future. Note that the configuration may be modified in future to meet the requirements and to function efficiently.
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