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Re: Repository over Raid?

From: Martin A. Brooks <martin_at_hinterlands.org>
Date: 2005-04-06 22:15:38 CEST


Eric Brown wrote:

>I've read where it doesn't play nice with an NFS.

With the BDB backend that's true. Use FSFS instead.

> We're going to have LOTS of data on here (our baseline is going to be about 30-40Gig). Would like to have some sort of network access to the repository,

Subversion can provide that natively with svnserve or using Apache 2.

>and I'd like to backup the repos after every commit. Thinking of using RAID or a SAN. Is this possible?

Possible? Sure.

Let's assume you're like me. The development team I work for commit 50
to 60 times per day overall. Let's try some maths here.

50 times 30gb == 1500Gb of data _per day_. About 18 80gb DLT tapes each
day, every day.

Maybe you should rethink a little...


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