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Re: Hardware requirements for windows subversion

From: Pavel Lyalyakin <pavel.lyalyakin_at_visualsvn.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Nov 2013 20:03:25 +0400

Hello Ram,

> Thank you for your response. I have a .net site the file size is 2 GB.
> There are only 2 developers working on this project remotely. Do I need
> windows server or windows 7? What kind of hardware, RAM, diskspace do I
> need? Do I still need Apache server? Where can i get Subversion installation
> from? Do I need to install visualSVN or serveSVN? You wrote that configuring
> the encryption takes a lot more complexity, is there any step-by-step
> instructions on that? What do you mean by serial processing? I don't have
> more than one cpu available.

As Edward already said: "If you can run windows, you can run svn".
Machine specs can matter for larger installations with numerous
developers accessing the same server, but that's definitely not your
case. Only 2 developers accessing just one repository won't cause any
significant load on the minimal machine capable of running Windows 7.

If you want to start using Subversion server right now, then take a
closer look at VisualSVN Server. It installs in no time and is very
convenient to configure and manage. In fact, VisualSVN Server works
out of the box and does *not* require you to bother with complex
configuration. You can get the latest VisualSVN Server version at

Thank you.

With best regards,
Pavel Lyalyakin
VisualSVN Team
Received on 2013-11-27 17:04:46 CET

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