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Optimising performance across very small bandwidth

From: Auke Jilderda <jilderda_at_dds.nl>
Date: 2004-06-02 21:51:13 CEST

We are about to start using Subversion as version control system in a project
with some 80 developers, split evenly over a site in India and a site in
Europe. However, it turns out that the site in India currently has
embarrassingly little bandwidth available -- apparently, they are sharing a 2
Mbit/s connection with over 1000 people...

So I'm wondering what performance tricks would be possible to make this work.
E.g., are there ways to mirror the main server back and forth to a second
server on-site on a nightly basis (e.g. a CVSup sort of thing)?
Alternatively, could reconfiguring corporate HTTP proxies to cache a
sufficient amount of data help?

Any suggestions are very welcome. Thank you in advance,


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