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Re: How to overcome the NFS limitation

From: Derek Scherger <derek_at_echologic.com>
Date: 2004-03-23 04:21:50 CET

John Peacock wrote:
> Lukas Ruf wrote:
>> What were the cost of porting Svn to e.g. postgres or similar -- can
>> they support the required NFS?
> I don't know if PostgreSQL or MySQL have limitations on NFS storage.
> The major cost to add those databases as backend to Subversion is time;
> it will happen, but no one has any idea when, AFAIK.

Me neither but it would seem odd to run a database server on one machine and have it write
to disks on another. Running postgres on the machine with the big disks and connecting to
  it over the network would seem more typical. But of course that would involve running
some other server on the raid machine in which case you could just run subversion there

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