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I have a django app and an svn app that controls its code. When I'm logged into my account shell I often do svn commands to and from the svn app that is hosted on the same machine as the django app. Does this contribute to my bandwidth usage?

asked 16 Nov '10, 12:48

gcallaghan_ifi
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Yes, all HTTP(S) requests made against your domain will be counted to your bandwidth usage, regardless of where they are coming from.

If this is an issue, you can compile and run your own Apache with mod_svn (as a Custom app listening on port), which you can then access as http://localhost:<your custom port number>

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answered 17 Nov '10, 04:25

tie
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On a related note, does SSH traffic count? Pulling from and pushing to a Mercurial repository via SSH?

(17 Nov '10, 06:43) Chris Morgan

No, SSH traffic is not counted to your bandwidth usage at this point (though this may change in the future).

(17 Nov '10, 06:50) tie
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