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Re: [Trac] Best *nix for SVN?

From: Kay Abendroth <abendroth_at_wsc-gmbh.de>
Date: 2004-07-22 17:03:03 CEST

        I use Subversion on a FreeBSD-4.10-p2 machine, using only svnserve to
check in/out and have had no problems with it since the installation.

        As Jacob said, FreeBSD is a very good server system, so it would be the
right choice. And if you've installed 'portupgrade' from the ports, you
can install Subversion and create a repository with just a single command:

        portinstall -m "WITH_REPOSITORY_CREATION=yes" subversion

Kay

Jacob Atzen wrote:

> On Wed, Jul 21, 2004 at 01:48:37PM -0700, George Hartzell wrote:
>
>>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.
>
>
> Let me just second that. FreeBSD as a server operating system is really
> great. It comes wellconfigured out of the box. F.ex. it will send a
> daily mail to root with information about the system, something I've
> never seen in any Linux. Also the documentation is great -- all the
> configuration files have their own man page. I've switched fully from
> Linux to FreeBSD for server use as a consequence of this.
>

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