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RE: Hardware requirements for windows subversion

From: Edward Ned Harvey (svn4) <svn4_at_nedharvey.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2013 12:34:48 +0000

> From: Ram [mailto:House4rent108_at_yahoo.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2013 7:33 PM
> Hello,
> I am looking to use subversion for .Net applications. What type of
> hardware do I need? What version of windows server, RAM, hard disk space
> do
> I need?

If you can run windows, you can run svn. But to qualify that a little more: I presume you're asking about server requirements (not client requirements.) I recommend using svnserve (I believe collabnet distributes a simple installation package) I recommend svnserve if all your access will be from an internal private LAN and you don't need per-folder ACL's and so forth. svnserve is very lightweight and fast, very easy to install and configure, but it's non-encrypted so I wouldn't recommend facing it to the internet. If you need to face the internet, you're probably going to need to run apache and https (or svn+ssh, but I think apache https is better)... Configuring the encryption and all takes a lot more complexity. So you really just need to spec your server as if it were a web server.

Be aware, sometimes svn will need to do a long time serial processing. So it's advantageous for you to have more than one CPU core.
Received on 2013-11-27 13:35:35 CET

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