What server platform do you run Subversion on?
Debian with Apache2 + mod_perl as server. Debian, FreeBSD and Win2k3 as clients.
What server platform do you run Subversion on? Server: Red Hat Linux, Apache 2 Mandrake Linux, Apache 2 Client: Windows 2000, XP
Server/Client platforms Server: Windows 2000/Apache 2/mod_auth_ldap.dll Clients: Windows XP/TortoiseSVN
Re: What server platform do you run Subversion on? Server: Linux (RH9), svnserve (Apache too slow on 550Mhz P3, 256MB) Clients: Win 2K, XP, 2003 (TortoiseSVN, svn.exe). Solaris, AIX.
Server: WinXP Pro Clients: Win2K, WinXP Pro
FreeBSD, standalone mode
Server: 3 Linux servers (Suse 9) running on apache Clients: Windows (cygwin/TortoiseSVN),Linux, Mac OS X
Server Solaris at work, running svn. Clients are W2K running Tortoise. Use RH9 at home.
Server: NetBSD 1.6.2 Clients: WinNT, Win2k, WinXP (TortoiseSVN, RapidSVN)
doesn't matter I voted other, I'm running it on windows as wel as linux and I must say I'm "just" running subversion, it doesn't matter what platform your on.
Interesting.... Most people run it on Windows (till now according to the poll). I would have thought it other, that *NIX would be the most used platform... Rosch
I've heard that Windows is uncommonly common...
I am trying to run the server on Windows (with Apache) but performances are very low wrt previous Linux server :) Nobody who runs the same configuration has evidence of this ? (Detailed post on Apache section forum). It seems related to a combination of Nagle algorithm + delayed ACK. Guido
Server: WinXP Pro with Apache1 tunneling to Apache2 with mod_dav_svn.so Clients: TortoiseSVN, Subversion
Machine at work Using Subversion to control the source code to 4 active projects, and 5 shared resources between these projects. Machine Specifics:- Server AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 246 * 2 4 Gigs of Ram 200 Gig storage Redhat 64bit edition (against my recommendation of Gentoo however) Clients Windows 2000/XP - latest TortoiseSVN Other SVN::Notify Perl script for spam email When SVN 1.2 arrives, I'm going to put the idea forward of moving all the assets we have in various projects away from an inhouse developed version control system that handles binarys (but has limited branching / tagging functionality) over to SVN =) Really looking forward to trying all that out.
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