Hi git users, I want to use a git-Repository to handle a folder with lot of documents (.pdf...) needed for manufacturing of my companys products (technical drawings, Gerber-Files for PCB Manufacturing and so on). Because the data is mainly binary (.pdf) and the size of the Folder is very large (>1GB), I thougt of a workflow git is probably not made for (to avoid everybody who wants to change something has to clone the repository). The basic idea is to have a work area with a git repository on the company's network. To this work area (directory) all employees have read access and only the development department has write access. To have an history of who changed what and when I would like to use git on this folder. Is it a problem when more than one client (developer) makes commits to this one workarea/repository? The access to the repository is by file protocol, so the git-commands would be executed on the local computer of the developer. Is the git-Repository locked while one command is active? Or can the database get corrupted when two developers start commands simultaneously on the repository? Would be nice to hear your opinion about this workflow. Best regards, Mario
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