Mark Fallon said:
> We have seen scaling problems with clearcase, How well do the others
Very well -- Perforce and CVS afaik both have a single central server, but
it doesn't need to be as beefy as the Clearcase VOB server does:
Clearcase' VOB server is continually serving files, even when users aren't
checking in or out code or branching or merging or doing similar
P4 and CVS by contrast check out the files to your local disk, allowing
them to be idle when you're not doing those version-control ops.
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