we are using libapache2-svn and subversion both from Lenny backports,
with apache2-mpm-worker from plain Lenny,
all on Debian Lenny AMD64,
(for some reason kernel also from Lenny backports).
That combination serves us well
in a busy SVN production environment.
Dr. Andreas Krüger, Senior Developer
Tel. (+49) (211) 280 69-1132
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From: San Martino [mailto:sanmrtn96_at_gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, January 13, 2011 7:43 PM
Subject: Subversion for debian stable and few questions
we need to install subversion in a production environment on a Linux
Debian Stable system.
The version of subversion should be as stable as possible and possibly
one of the 1.6.x series.
Unfortunately, the version from the stable branch provides subversion
1.5.x, while 1.6.x is available from debian "backports".
We would like to know if the 1.6.x from debian testing can be
considered suitable for production.
We also have other questions:
- why CollabNet does not (apparently) certify any binary version for debian
- it seems now CollabNet binaries derive from the same sources from
Apache without any modifications. Is this right?
Thank you in advance.
Received on 2011-01-18 16:12:01 CET