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Should FishEye reside on the same server as the repositories?

I'm doing my initial setup up of Fisheye. With some pains regarding ssh. Now my question is. Are there performance gains or security advantages to having FishEye and svn / git repo's residing on the same server.

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Hi CodeForCoffee,

There may be some performance gains for accessing SVN repositories hosted locally through the file:// protocol. For git/hg, as Fisheye maintains a clone of the repository anyway, any performance gains will be negligible.

If the repositories are accessible remotely anyway there will be no security benefits.

Kind Regards,
Richard Stephens

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