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    Need a good site to host source files with large repo size

    I'm trying to find a good site that I can use for source control. I have Perforce Helix P4V installed but I have nowhere to host the files. My project is about 10 gigs so I need a site that has large repo sizes. I tried Assembla, they have a plan that has 500GB storage size but I cant use perforce without paying for it or contacting them or some other ********, and i'm having a hard time finding anything good and its driving me up a wall, is there any suggestions as to what site I can use? Preferably something free but I'm sure i'll wind up having to pay. If its a paid site, something under $20.

    Right now my source control is 7zipping it and putting it in Google Drive and footballing it back and forth between myself and my programmer.
    Last edited by Chay Hawk; 09-11-2019, 09:05 PM.

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    You have it lucky, I have helix installed,thought that was all I needed, not so,,,acc to : https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-US/...rce/index.html , I also need p4admin ,yet searching via windows10 pro seach bar,it doesn't exist..

    Can you offer ideas ?
    I'm nowhere near where you are,sorry,just trying to get this working, and getting nowhere,,I have a large project but never used source control ,now needed, and it seems to be a nightmare to get going,and bad docs!

    I've never gone the 7zip route, just backing things up on external drive/usb3 ,but ya I can feel for your situation given my failure at even get source controll via perforce to even work, and perforce is showing up as exe running in service.

    TY
    Last edited by neighborlee; 09-13-2019, 10:13 PM.
    Solo but Seismic - feel free to apply
    https://neighborlee1.wixsite.com/theheartseed

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      #3
      That assembla site charges per user and its like $80 per month so **** that. I'm trying to get it setup on Digital Ocean, using a droplet thats like $5 a month for 25 gigs.5 years ago when I was working on a project we used Digital ocean and SVN and that worked fine but someone else set it up so I'm trying to figure out how to actually get SVN installed on it. The site is experiencing difficulty right now so I cant really do anything, I'm not getting my login emails so who knows when that'll be fixed.

      Are you on a team or by yourself? you can use SVN/Git locally. I have Git and am using the Git GUI to manage files locally.

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        #4
        Svn is nice, free period but using Tortoise SVN couldn't get it set up , so just for now using Perforce, easy setup once I found out where p4admin was!
        Try that if you get in a bind.By myself, but seismic )heh
        Solo but Seismic - feel free to apply
        https://neighborlee1.wixsite.com/theheartseed

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