On Mon, Dec 29, 2014 at 07:44:37AM -0800, Mattias Vannergård wrote:
> Hi!
> 
> I have set up an environment for Git using a central repository on a server 
> running SuSE 12, and clients running Win 7.
> 
> I did sync the versions so both server and clients are running 1.9.4. Is 
> this necessary or should I upgrade the server to 2.2.0 as soon as possible?
> 
> On upgrade - in which order is best to upgrade?
> 
> (My guess is: 
> 1) shutdown server
> 2) upgrade all clients
> 3) start and upgrade server off-line
> 4) go online with server
> but again - is the order important when upgrading?)

You shouldn't take this as gospel, but AFAIU there is no need to sync
versions of GIT between client and server.

/M

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