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Re: Server Hardware requirements

From: Marc Haisenko <haisenko_at_comdasys.com>
Date: 2006-03-16 16:37:26 CET

On Thursday 16 March 2006 16:24, Dan Shookowsky wrote:
> I've gotten a tentative OK on rolling out Subversion as a replacement for
> Visual Source Safe. Up to this point, I've been running it locally on my
> laptop as the only user. Does anyone have any rules of thumb that they can
> provide with respect to server sizing for a small development (~10
> developers) organization? Although it doesn't always seem true, we really
> don't produce that much code and should have limited branching
> requirements. We're planning on implementing a code repository for
> developers and will probably also implement a webdav-enabled document
> repository for the remainder of the organization (~30 individuals).

Any current machine will do. SubVersion doesn't need a lot resources. I'd just
recommend a RAID and a Gigabit ethernet card. Apart from that, take what you
want ;-)

Our current SubVersion server is a Pentium III with 1GHz and a 1GB of RAM.
That machine is bored, I mean _really_ bored. And the GB RAM also seems like
a waste to me.

We're currently about 8 developers working with that server and our repository
dump is 4GB in size.


Marc Haisenko
Comdasys AG
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D-80686 München
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