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Hi Magento2 Developers,

In your experience, what are the system requirements (cpu, ram, etc...) for a fully featured development machine and what softwares are you using?

"fully featured" meaning:

  • Source-Code Indexing (incl. dependencies)
  • Code-Competition (incl. dependencies)
  • Code-Inspections
  • XDebug
  • and every other feature required in daily work

I am running a Linux Desktop (xfce), Ide (PhpStorm) & Browser (Chrome) on my development machine with an Intel E3-CPU and 8GB Ram.

In my experience it would need at least 16GB Ram to run without swapping like crazy.

  • It depends on how many magento 2 projects will have open at the same time. I currently have 16gb ram + i7 processor + 512ssd and Magento2 runs smoothly over LAMP. I usually have 4 or 5 magento2 projects open in phpstorm at the same time. Chrome is one of the most memory eater in my pc. – Pablo Garcia Feb 20 at 20:59
  • Did you find what you are looking for? – Shoaib Munir Feb 26 at 4:50
  • no i realized that the setup is way to diverse to draw any conclusions – Marie Schreiber Mar 14 at 10:17
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I have core i7, 7th generation laptop with 8 GB RAM.

8 GB is enough for development machine (But the more you put the more its good)

CPU speed and RAM is enough for your system. But the main thing is your hard disk read write speed. You will need a good hard disk speed to run Magento on your local system.

And for PHPStorm: I am currently using it, this is best editor that I have ever used. But them main issue of magento development on PHPstorm is: When you apply upgrad, static deploy etc PHPStorm continuously runs code indexing, your deployment script took changes code and PHPStorm index it in parallel. So, all you need to do is : Stop PHPStorm indexing process and then while executing shell commands, your shell commands will run better than before.

Hope you find your answer :)

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