Requirements for IBM Content Classification Version 8.8

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This page provides detailed software requirements for IBM Content Classification, Version 8.8 and each subsequent fix pack.

This page describes the minimum product levels to install before opening a problem report with the IBM Content Classification support team. Because other products frequently ship fixes, updates, and new releases, we cannot test every possible configuration. In general, you can install and run with updates, such as fix packs, to supported product releases (not necessarily significant new product versions), if those updates are forward compatible.

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System requirements for IBM Content Classification Version 8.8

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Δ Added or changed information since the last release, modification, or fix pack. This mark in the far left column indicates new or changed information in the row. This mark in a particular cell within a row further identifies a specific change within an existing row.
x86 Intel 32-bit processors, including IBM System x, eServer xSeries, and BladeCenter servers.
x86-64 64-bit AMD Opteron (AMD64) and Intel Xeon (EM64T) processors, including IBM System x and BladeCenter servers.
POWER IBM POWER-based processors, including IBM System p, eServer pSeries, System i, and eServer iSeries servers.
SPARC Sun SPARC-based processors.




Operating system (Content Classification)

The following table specifies the operating system for any computer on which you install the IBM Content Classification server.

Operating system (required) Hardware platform: Notes
x86
x86-64
POWER
SPARC
Δ AIX 5.3 TL7 (64-bit)
(bos.rte.libc 7.1.0.0)
Supported on POWER
Δ AIX 6.1 (64-bit)
Supported on POWER
Δ AIX 7.1 (64-bit)
Supported on POWER
Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS/ES 5.x (32-bit)
Kernel 2.6.18-8.el5
Supported on x86
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS/ES 5.x (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS/ES 6.x (32-bit)
Supported on x86
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS/ES 6.x (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
The following libraries must be installed on your computer before you install Content Classification:
  • libstdc++.so.5
  • libX11.so.6
  • libstdc++.so.6
  • libz.so.1
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (32-bit)
Kernel 2.6.16.21-0.8-smp #1
Supported on x86
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (32-bit)
Supported on x86
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Δ SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
Requires the libstdc++.so.5 library.
Sun Microsystems Solaris 10
Supported on SPARC
The version of the libstlport.so library that is available with Sun Studio 8 must be installed on the Solaris computer.
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
(64-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86-64
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit)
Supported on x86
You must run the Content Classification installation program as an administrator. Right-click the classificationsetup88_win32.exe file and select Run as Administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Content Classification installation program as an administrator. Right-click the classificationsetup88_win32.exe file and select Run as Administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Content Classification installation program as an administrator. Right-click the classificationsetup88_win32.exe file and select Run as Administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Content Classification installation program as an administrator. Right-click the classificationsetup88_win32.exe file and select Run as Administrator.

Operating system (Classification Workbench)

The following table specifies the operating system for any computer on which you install the Classification Workbench application:


Operating system (required) Hardware platform: Notes
x86
x86-64
POWER
SPARC
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
(64-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86-64
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32-bit) with SP1
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows Vista Enterprise (32-bit) SP1 with Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC)
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32-bit) SP2 with Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC)
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit)
Supported on x86
You must run Classification Workbench as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Workbench, and select Run as administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run Classification Workbench as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Workbench, and select Run as administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run Classification Workbench as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Workbench, and select Run as administrator.
Δ Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run Classification Workbench as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Workbench, and select Run as administrator.

Operating system (Classification Quick Start Tool)

The following table specifies the operating system for any computer on which you install the Classification Quick Start Tool application:


Operating system (required) Hardware platform: Notes
x86
x86-64
POWER
SPARC
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows XP Professional (32-bit) with SP2
Supported on x86
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(32-bit)
Supported on x86
You must run the Classification Quick Start Tool as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Quick Start Tool, and select Run as administrator.
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Edition
(64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Classification Quick Start Tool as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Quick Start Tool, and select Run as administrator.
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Classification Quick Start Tool as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Quick Start Tool, and select Run as administrator.
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
Supported on x86-64
You must run the Classification Quick Start Tool as an administrator. Click Start > Programs > IBM Content Classification 8.8, right-click Classification Quick Start Tool, and select Run as administrator.

Disk space

The following table specifies the minimum disk space required to install the IBM Content Classification server software.

Disk space (minimum) Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ 2 GB for the Content Classification software, plus 2 GB of temporary disk space
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
This is the minimum required to install the software. More space is needed to run a Content Classification system.

Memory

The RAM specifications in the following table reflect basic server requirements for a development or small installation. Actual memory requirements relate directly to the size of the knowledge bases, the number of languages supported, and performance requirements.

RAM (minimum) Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ 4 GB
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows

Processor

The processor specifications in the following table reflect basic server requirements for a development or small installation. Actual system requirements relate directly to the size of the knowledge bases, the number of languages supported, and performance requirements.

Processor (minimum) Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ 2 or more POWER6 cores
Supported on AIX
Δ 2 or more Intel Core i3 cores(or equivalent)
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows

Compilers (optional)

The following table specifies the compilers that you can use to run the sample programs and for client application development.

Compiler (optional) Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ gcc version 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat Linux) Supported  on Linux
Δ gcc version 4.1.2 20070115 (SUSE Linux) Supported  on Linux
Java Development Kit (JDK) 6.0 or higher Supported on AIX Supported  on Linux Supported on Solaris Supported on Windows
Δ Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 version 9.0 SP1 Supported on Windows
Δ IBM XL C/C++ Enterprise Edition V8.0 for AIX
Version: 08.00.0000.0000
Supported on AIX
Δ CC: Sun C++ 5.5 2003/03/12 Supported on Solaris

Product integrations

IBM Content Classification integrates with several IBM products to provide classification support for your enterprise content management, compliance, and search solutions.

Integrated solution Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
IBM InfoSphere Content Collector, Version 2.1.1
Supported on Windows
Requires manual configuration. Click here for instructions.
IBM Content Collector, Version 2.2 Fix Pack 2
Supported on Windows
Requires manual configuration. Click here for instructions.
Δ IBM Content Collector, Version 3.0
Supported on Windows
Δ IBM Content Collector, Version 4.0
Supported on Windows
IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition, Version 8.4.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires the IBM Content Manager Version 8 connector from IBM Information Integrator for Content Version 8.4.1
IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition, Version 8.4.2
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires the IBM Content Manager Version 8 connector from IBM Information Integrator for Content Version 8.4.2
Δ
IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition, Version 8.4.3
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires the IBM Content Manager Version 8 connector from IBM Information Integrator for Content Version 8.4.3
Δ
IBM Content Manager Enterprise Edition, Version 8.5
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires the IBM Content Manager Version 8 connector from IBM Information Integrator for Content Version 8.5
IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 4.0.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 4.5
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 4.5.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Δ IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 5.0
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Δ IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 5.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Δ IBM FileNet Content Manager, Version 5.2
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
IBM FileNet Records Manager, Version 4.0
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires IBM FileNet Content Manager.
IBM FileNet Records Manager, Version 4.5
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires IBM FileNet Content Manager.
IBM InfoSphere Enterprise Records (formerly FileNet Records Manager), Version 4.5.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires IBM FileNet Content Manager.
Δ IBM Enterprise Records, Version 5.1
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires IBM FileNet Content Manager.
Δ IBM Enterprise Records, Version 5.1.2
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows
Requires IBM FileNet Content Manager Version 5.2 Fix Pack 3.

Email systems

The following table specifies software that must be installed to import Microsoft Outlook email messages in PST format into Classification Workbench.

Email application Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 and 2010
Supported on Windows
Microsoft Office Outlook must be installed on the computer on which Classification Workbench is installed and set as the default email application in your browser software.

Runtime environment

The following table specifies the runtime environment that is required for Classification Quick Start Tool.

Runtime environment Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Microsoft .NET Framework Version 4
Supported on Windows

Browser

The following table specifies the required browser software for the Classification Workbench application, Classification Center application, and users of IBM Knowledge Center.

Browser (product components) Operating system: Notes
AIX
Linux
Solaris
Win
Δ Microsoft Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10
Supported on Windows
Δ Mozilla Firefox 17, 24, 29
Supported on AIX
Supported  on Linux
Supported on Solaris
Supported on Windows

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More support for:

Content Classification

Software version:

8.8

Operating system(s):

AIX, Linux, Solaris, Windows

Reference #:

7020838

Modified date:

2014-06-02

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