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Re: Are there any size constraints for a SVN Server?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-15 07:45:30 CET

On Mar 15, 2007, at 00:34, Swati Kulkarni wrote:

> I need to setup an Apache Subversion server, which will be having
> at least
> 10 repositories,
> each of the size on an average 3 GB. So, subversion server will be
> having
> overall about 30GB data
> to do a Revision Control of.
> I need to know if there are any size constraints (like Visual Source
> Safe)on the repository and number of repositories that can be
> added for
> Revision Control?

I don't know VSS. But for Subversion the only limits should be the
server hardware: size of the hard disks, how much RAM, processor
speed. Subversion itself shouldn't have any built-in limits.

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