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Joe Enfield wrote: > I've searched the news group for and wiki for recommended requirements. > The only thing I've found is the minimum requirement for a small repository > with few users in the 'ReadMe' > > So, does anyone have some specifics for a repository that: > 1. has 1000's of files - average size > I usually say 3 times the size of the fully checked out repository or thereabouts... If you're storing lots of binaries the usage is likely to go up a lot faster than with text-only repositories, so double/triple that estimate for them. 'As much as you can get' is a good rule of thumb. Memory usage is mostly determined by number of simultaneous users - it doesn't change a lot for large numbers of files (although 1000s of files in the same directory will have an impact). 12MB per simultaneous user is a reasonable estimate. Fast hard disk access is a big plus so SCSI is better than IDE if you can get it - the speed is mostly determined by disk access times. If you want to run AV on the server switch off any realtime scanning as that murders the performance. Tony