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From: Jan-H. Jagla <jhjagla_at_gams.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 13:54:46 CEST

Hi all,

I've a question that (I know) was already (partly) discussed but I'd
like to hear some recent opinions on how and where to setup a
professional svn environment.

Since our development team is partly located in Europe and partly in the
US we thought of renting two machines (one in the US one in Europe).
Depending on the workload one the machines would be the master, the
other one the slave. Now my questions are

1. Would you suggest dedicated servers or virtual private machines? More
precise, can you recommend a certain provider or is there even a
provider with special subversion support?
2. Would you rather choose Debian or Suse?
3. What is the minimum specification in terms of speed and RAM? I
recognized that svnsync can be quite claiming in terms of memory.

Thanks in advance

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