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Re: Performance and required hardware

From: Tony Butt <tjb_at_cea.com.au>
Date: 2004-12-06 00:24:16 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.
>Thanks in advance.
>DDDD David Kramer http://thekramers.net
>DKK D "Remember folks - Traffic lights timed for 35 mph
>DK KD are also timed for 70 mph."
>DDDD Jim Samuels
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We have the following configuration;
Pentium Xeon 2.8GHz (HP ML150 server)
SUSE Enterprise Linux 9
Access to subversion via apache, FSFS backend running on Reiser FS,
Ultra SCSI (320Mb/sec) disk.
About 10 developers at the moment, more coming onstream as they leave
legacy projects and version control systems behind.
Anticipate about 20-30 developers eventually.

Out performance is adequate - certainly better than our previous
P3/W2K/apache configuration. We do not expect additional developers to
impact it noticeably. From prior experience, the single biggest thing we
could do to improve performance would be to use svnserve - we ran it for
a while on the P3 system, and it was at least as fast as our current
configuration, probably faster. (No hard numbers, just seat of the pants
We like tha apache configuration for the authentication/authorisation
capabilities, but we dearly wish it was quicker...

Tony Butt
CEA Technologies

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Received on Mon Dec 6 00:27:39 2004

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