CVS, SVN, Wiki, Trac

Thomas Bruederli roundcube at gmail.com
Wed May 10 08:34:07 CEST 2006


Derek Hinchliffe wrote:
> On 5/10/06, B. Johannessen <bob at db.org> wrote:
>> Adam Grelck wrote:
>> > How much bandwidth would you anticipate all of this using? I have
>> > roughly 900 GB unused each month, with an additional 500 GB/month
>> that I
>> > can add to that for $20 (one time fee).  Why don't they have Rollover
>> > data transfer??
>>
>> 9TB is likely to go by quite quickly the next time RoundCube finds
>> itself on the front page of Slashdot.
>>
>> A public CVS/SVN server really shouldn't be put on a connection with a
>> transfer cap (as opposed to a bandwidth cap).
>>
> 
> Keep in mind that a Slashdotting isn't likely to impact that much on a
> SVN server.  For the most part that sort of crowd would be hitting the
> website, demo site, and the releases.  Is there any reason to not keep
> storing the releases on SF.net?

We never spoke about removing the website and the releases from SF. I'd
like to keep them there because they can handle such traffic and the
mirroring system is quite useful and seems to work fine.

I agree, that a Slashdot "attack" will not primarily hit the SVN server.

~Thomas
> 
> Cheers
> Derek
> 
> 




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