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subversion on a shared host?

From: John DuQuette <jdq_at_yabla.com>
Date: 2004-12-05 22:04:14 CET

        Hello. We have a small PHP project with only three (3)
developers and are looking into Version Control. We do not have our
own dedicated server, we use a shared server, a shared host (at
rochen.com). Are there any problems installing Subversion on a shared
host server? I asked on the forum for host if anyone had any
experience and one person suggested that running Subversion or
something like it would consume a lot of "system resources" (CPU,
RAM, etc) and not be appropriate on a shared server. Someone from the
host company (rochen) said they wouldn't stop us but if it consumed
too much CPU etc. they would then stop us.

So my question: Are there any problems or concerns with using
Subversion on a shared server? Is it a bad idea?


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