What is the maximum size of SVN repository in Subversion?

Faced with the fact that turnip already takes up about 1tb. The fact that there pile binary builds...
Question: who faced - to what extent turnips can grow is in place. something not found too much information on the subject.
Thank you.
June 26th 19 at 14:01
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June 26th 19 at 14:03
The version control system is not intended for storing output artifacts.

This is the package Manager, or just file system with folders by date or build number.

It is not necessary to complicate your life using the product for other purposes.

If you want reliability - fold in the cloud - DropBox, Amazon S3, etc.
Thank you, Alexander, for your reply.
Though I am not a programmer, just now service these systems. But I understand that SVN is not for binaries. If you don't know how much we can "unroll" such a repo (any volumes), then tell me better what is YOUR service can be used to store binary builds? The cloud is not suitable. We need to have its. How much would it cost. Therefore, I would be grateful if you tell me these products. - Mariam_Renner79 commented on June 26th 19 at 14:06
: a public network folder on the server?

//shared/date/time/build/ - Harry.Christians commented on June 26th 19 at 14:09

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