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Re: Capacity and reliability

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2006-09-14 02:04:00 CEST

Dan Mannisto wrote:
> I work in the configuration management department of a good sized
> financial institution in the Chicago area. The company is in the
> process of converting all of its version control operations to
> Subversion. As part of an internal audit, we are being asked for
> evidence that Subversion has the capacity to support our operations.
> I'm guessing that there is very little 'hard' evidence available, and
> that most of it will be anecdotal. Any information that you could
> provide will be helpful.
> We are more interested in other's experiences, than a critique of our
> configuration. That said, below is a brief description of our environment.
> - Our svn server runs on a dedicated Linux box with dual 3.2 GHz
> processors, 4GB of RAM, and 100 GB of NAS disk
> - It is configured using FSFS
> - Initial repository size is approximately 250MB. We expect the
> repository to grow by about 50MB per day.

What are you checking in that accounts for 50 Mbyte per day?

> - We anticipate around 100 server accesses (checkout, checkin, status,
> etc.) per hour and around 1000/day.

Besides the growing repository size, all this is easily doable with your server
set up. The number of accesses is small.


Blair Zajac, Ph.D.
Subversion training, consulting and support
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