Thanks Daniel for your prompt reply. I will deploy the
Subversion in thsi week, lets hope things will go
--- Daniel Patterson <email@example.com> wrote:
> brd brd wrote:
> > I am planning to test subversion with ClearCase.(
> > know ClearCase , I am testing subversion first
> > My questions :
> > 1. Both Subversion and ClearCase can run from
> > server ?
> Sure. Subversion either runs on port 80 when
> as a WebDAV server, port 3690 when running
> or port 22 when accessed via ssh. Choose one
> doesn't conflict.
> Subversion doesn't require installation in any
> particular place, so you shouldn't have too many
> conflicts on the filesystem either.
> > 2. How chatty is Subversion ?
> Compared to Clearcase? Not at all. Subversion
> compares to clearcase when you're using snapshot
> Subversion doesn't really have a dynamic view
> In addition, Subversion only sends deltas
> over the wire for commit and update operations.
> Many operations can be done locally without
> the server at all.
> > 3. How much memory require to for both to exist
> > same server ( Unix Solaris 200 users )?
> Subversion memory requirements are not high, but
> don't believe anyone has really done any
> yet. It seems to be mostly affected by operating
> caching ability (so, as usual, the more memory,
> faster it'll be).
> > 4. How to configure the Subversion using SAN/NAS
> > storage ?
> If you use the "fsfs" backend, you can store a
> repository database on a remote volume just fine,
> so long
> as it supports POSIX locking.
> If you're on a Unix-style machine, just make sure
> mounted somewhere and that's it, nothing special.
> > My task is to install Subversion on Same machine
> > having ClearCase VOB server.
> Naturally, I assume you realise that Clearcase
> will affect Subversions performance?
> Make sure you read over http://www.svnbook.org/
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Received on Mon Jun 6 17:05:01 2005