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Re: Newbie question

From: Rachel Burns
Subject: Re: Newbie question
Date: Wed, 06 Jul 2005 08:27:09 -0700
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Just looking at the two mailing list - cvsnt and info-cvs I can see lot
more people in distressed about CVSNT stability.  And I am biased against
Windows as a stable platform compared to Linux.
Many of the 3rd party/commercial tools are better supported on CVS
than CVSNT imho.

Peformance wise many people here have noted CVS on Linux being faster than
CVSNT. Unless you are a Windows shops and need integration with Microsoft's
authentication infrastructure stick with real CVS.

System requirements - A Linux box with  >1GB physical RAM and SWAP will
be plenty good. It depends on how many users and size of your files/repoz.

Madhavi Thottempudi wrote:

Hello everyone!
I am trying to install CVS. Before starting I want to check few things and
hopefully U guys have answers. My questions are:

1. CVS (linux) vs CVSNT (windows) - Which one is better performance wise,
stability and reliability wise? As I haven't started the project yet, I can
go either way. Please suggest me which is better to use or if it makes no

2. What are system requirements on which we install CVS server?

Any advice/suggestion are greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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