Minimum free disk space: Linux: 1.5 gigabyte (GB) for installation.
Because the installer extracts files before installing, the same amount of temporary disk space is also needed for the installer. If you do not have enough space in /tmp or the installing userâ€™s home directory, use the IATEMPDIR environment variable to specify a different temporary location for the extracted installer files. You can remove this folder after installation.
Additional free disk space is required to run the program (for temporary files). The amount of space needed for temporary files depends on the number of users, the expected size of the .sav file, and the procedure. You can use the following formula to estimate the space needed: * <.sav file size> * , where can range from 1 to 2.5. For example, for procedures like K-Means Cluster Analysis (QUICK CLUSTER), Classification Tree (TREE), and Two-Step Cluster Analysis (TWOSTEP CLUSTER), the is closer to 1 than 2.5. If sorting is involved, it is 2.5. So, if you have four users, the expected .sav file size is 100 MB, and sorting is involved, you should allow 1 GB (4 Ã— 100 MB Ã— 2.5) of storage for temporary files.