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Re: Performance and required hardware

From: Nathan Kidd <nathan-svn_at_spicycrypto.ca>
Date: 2004-12-03 17:51:12 CET

David Kramer wrote:
> We're moving from PVCS to SVN. For our feasibility test, we have it on a
> lowly P2. For production, we want to make sure we have something that's
> good enough. We have about 20 developers, all local, and will probably
> run Apache on the same box. Some form of recent Linux x86.
> I welcome recommended hardware, but I would also really love to hear hard
> examples of what people are using now, and how many developers, etc.

I've got about 10 active devs on a P3-550, mirrored IDE disks, RedHat9,
svnserve with BDB backend. I'm planning to upgrade the box, not because
  it can't handle the load -- it's been fine and never had any problem
-- but because I know each individual operation could be faster. In
some tests I did I found that response time scaled with the CPU/disks
(i.e. network on a local 100Mb lan isn't the bottleneck, at least at the
P3-550 level).


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