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svnserve: fork or threads?

From: T. Wassermann <mail_at_tobias-wassermann.de>
Date: 2006-06-09 21:57:32 CEST


I'm writing a german book about subversion and I also use subversion
very extensive for my project.

Now I have a question without any answer: When should I use svnserve -d
and when svnserve -d -T. The questions is: What's better on forking
svnserve new connections or what's better on create a thread for a new
connection? If there is no direct answer (or answers like "it's your
choice..."): What is the matter of the -T option? Why does svnserve have
it (i believe, this must make sense :-) )?



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