Well that depends on a variety of factors such as who lands the first blow, the length of the war, the fleets in battles, etc. If Redford was attacked first but the war dragged on, Redford could probably just start out-producing Jinaris due to the Factory moons. If it was Redford who landed the first blow but attacked vital areas that didn't have alot of ships emplaced there (such as if an area didn't have alot of ships but alot of defensive emplacements like bunkers or large guns) then Redford could start strangling Jinaris out of the fight.
Then Again, The same is with Redford as it is with Jinaris
Redford was, and still is, one of the smaller factions on the forum, consisting of an occupied zone and just 5 systems. Then again, It's fleet is rather large for the size, just due to the fact of the introduction of the faction being so long ago by now and the lore reasoning being it's moons. However, that has not changed the fact that on multiple occasions Redford's capital has been in sight of enemy invasions for months now.
Jinaris, if it was able to strike an effective blow against Redford's Moons and major shipyards, they would be able to at least force Jinaris favorable terms in a cease-fire. On the other hand, Redford, with enough time, could build up a fleet that would be able to force Jinaris to Redford favorable terms if Redford struck a blow to Jinaris.
Now this is just dumbed down, as there is multitudes of other factors. If allies played roles in the battles, if Intel came through about enemy movements, If the enemy was prepared for an attack by either Redford or Jinaris, if the economy of either crashed due to the continous war, If either side had more ships at an area then another, etc.