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Tony Hoyle wrote: > David Somers wrote: > >> I don't think anybody has done any stress testing to see what the maximum >> (or even comfortable) limits are on this... in real life, you'd be hard >> pressed to have more than 3 or 4 simultaneous connections (digging >> through xinetd logs may be interesting...). >> > In some environments eg. universities everyone checks out at the start > of the session and commits at the end - so you get a sudden burst of 40+ > users then it drops off. It copes well enough. I'm not sure whether university life counts as real life :-) > I've run a stress test that ran over 200 simultaneous users - at that > point Windows started to struggle.. the cvs processes were (slowly, > given that they had a max of 0.5% CPU each) still going. Not too surprising, since multi processes on Windows is a resource killer. David