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Re: Archiva vs. Nexus

Dan Tran

2011-07-20

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Archiva supports staging out of box and Nexus you have to pay.

-D

On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 2:58 PM, Robert Scholte <rfscholte@(protected):
>
> http://www.sonatype.com/people/2011/06/nexus-tips-and-tricks-backup-nexus/ -Robert > Date: Tue, 19 Jul 2011 14:55:38 -0700
>> From: eric.kolotyluk@(protected)
>> To: users@(protected)
>> Subject: Re: Archiva vs. Nexus
>>
>> Is it easy to move a Nexus repository from one system to the next? I was
>> thinking of using my personal workstation to host Nexus, because it is
>> more powerful than any server we have, and I don't want to have to go
>> find a server with spare cycles.
>>
>> Would it make more sense for me to create a VMWare virtual machine
>> called 'nexus' and run it there? That way if I want to move the
>> repository to another machine I can move the VM. Does anyone have any
>> preconfigured VMs with Nexus already installed?
>>
>> If I am running in a VM, would it make more sense to run it with Linux
>> so I don't have to pay for another Windows License?
>>
>> Cheers, Eric
>>
>> On 2011-07-19 6:44 AM, Ron Wheeler wrote:
>> > On 19/07/2011 9:17 AM, Eric Kolotyluk wrote:
>> >> I must say, I don't know either technology that well, but after
>> >> looking around Nexus seems to have the more favorable reviews. I'll
>> >> probably try Nexus first given I am already using m2e and Sonatype
>> >> seem to document things well.
>> > I am really happy with Nexus but have not tried Archiva.
>> > Follow the installation procedure carefully as it has some bits about
>> > directories that are not intuitive.
>> > If you pay attention to the instructions, you will not have any problems.
>> > The user interface is very simple and easy to understand.
>> > The support is very good in the Nexus forum and to a certain extent
>> > here as well.
>> > Documentation is clear and abundant.
>> >
>> > Good Luck.
>> > Ron
>> >
>> >>
>> >> Thanks for that clarity everyone.
>> >>
>> >> Cheers, Eric
>> >>
>> >> On 2011-07-19 4:11 AM, Jesse Farinacci wrote:
>> >>> It works fine just as long as your minimal configuration doesn't
>> >>> include Java 6. There's a bug[1] hanging out there for almost a year
>> >>> now which prevents Archiva from being useful for me and a lot of
>> >>> others.
>> >>>
>> >>> That being the case, Nexus all the way.
>> >>>
>> >>> [1] http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MRM-1412
>> >>>
>> >>> -Jesse
>> >>>
>> >>> On Tue, Jul 19, 2011 at 12:10 AM, Rajesh Koilpillai
>> >>> <rajesh.koilpillai@(protected):
>> >>>> They are competing and Apache Archiva works just fine with minimal
>> >>>> configuration.
>> >>>
>> >>
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