To calculate the FindFace Security host(s) characteristics, use the requirements provided in this chapter.
Be sure to learn about the FindFace Security architecture first.
In this chapter:
FindFace Security 4.3 is the last version that supports Ubuntu 16.04. FindFace Security 4.4 will support only Ubuntu 18.04.
If the resolution of a camera(s) in use is more than 1280x720px, it is strongly recommended to use the GPU-accelerated package
In the case of a high-load system (~> 15 events per second), we recommend using an SSD.
|CPU||Intel Core i5 CPU with 4+ physical cores 3+ GHz. AVX2 support||Intel Xeon Silver/Gold with 6+ physical cores|
|The own needs of FindFace Security require 2 cores HT > 2.5 GHz. The characteristics also depend on the number of cameras in use. A single camera 720p@25FPS requires 2 cores >2.5 GHz. AVX2 support|
|GPU (optional)||Nvidia Geforce® GTX 1060 6 GB||Nvidia Geforce® GTX 1080Ti+ с 11+ GB RAM|
|Supported series: GeForce (Maxwell, Pascal, Turing, and above), Tesla (Maxwell, Pascal, Volta v100, Turing, and above)|
|RAM||10 Gb||16+ Gb|
|The own needs of FindFace Security require 8 Gb. The RAM consumption also depends on the number of cameras in use. A single camera 720p@25FPS requires 2 GB RAM|
|HDD (SSD for best performance)||16 Gb||16+ Gb|
|The own needs of the operating system and FindFace Security require 15 GB. The total volume is subject to the required depth of the event archive in the database and in the log, at the rate of 1.5 Mb per 1 event|
|Operating system||Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04, x64 only|
You can also use an Intel-based VM if there is AVX2 support, and eight physical cores are allocated exclusively to the VM.
For more accurate hardware selection, contact our support team by email@example.com.