On 14 April 2015 at 08:44, Ushaswarna Kiranmayi <ushaswa...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I wanted to know if Git supports large binary files of Gigabyte/ terabytes
> size. What is the cost of using GIT by approximately 10 (this would
> certainly increase to large number later)users?

Git is first and foremost a version control system for text files
(source code).  While it *can* handle binary files it's not its forte.
For such large binary files I'd certainly look for alternatives.

What does "cost" mean?  It's free and open source, so there's no
license cost (to git itself).

/M

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