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Re: [Trac] Best *nix for SVN?

From: George Hartzell <hartzell_at_kestrel.alerce.com>
Date: 2004-07-21 22:48:37 CEST

Daragh Fitzpatrick writes:
> Hi all,
> I've got the opportunity to choose a flavour of *nix to install on some Dell
> hardware (PowerEdge 2550) - the purpose of this box is primarily as the SVN
> repository, but we'll have Apache and Trac on it too. I have experience with
> [...]
> Many thanks in advance for your comments. As long as I don't mention
> windoze, I reckon the chances of keeping it clean are pretty high!

My first recommendation would be the OS with which you are most

That said, I'm running it on a FreeBSD 5.2.1-p4 box, it builds very
nicely out of the ports tree and brings along all of it's dependencies
w/ a minimum of fuss and bother.

One of the things that I really like about FreeBSD 5 is the ability to
use dump to get real-honest-to-god backups of the live filesystem (use
the -L option to take a snapshot of the partition before dumping it).

That, plus the ports tree, really ROCKS.


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