Before using Dynamic Media Image Serving, make sure your system meets the system requirements.
Your server should meet the following hardware requirements.
Systems with processors featuring AMD64 and Intel® EM64T are typically configured as NUMA (Non-Uniform Memory Architecture) platforms. This means that the kernel constructs multiple memory nodes at boot-time rather than constructing a single memory node. The multiple node construct can result in memory exhaustion on one or more of the nodes before other nodes become exhausted. When memory exhaustion happens the kernel can decide to kill processes (for example, the Image Server or Platform Server) even though there is available memory. Therefore, Adobe Systems recommends that if you are running such a system you turn off NUMA. Use the
numa=off start option to avoid the kernel stopping these processes.
Note (Linux): Image Serving does not work with SELinux turned on. This option is enabled by default. To disable SELinux, edit the /etc/selinux/config file and change the SELinux value from:
Note (Linux): Make sure that the host name of the server is resolvable to an IP address. If that is not possible, add the fully qualified host name and the IP address to /etc/hosts as in the following example.
<ip address> <fully qualified hostname>
Dynamic Media Image Serving requires the following server software.
Note: To use Image Serving on Windows, you must install the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 redistributable. The redistributable is available at the following location: