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RE: Trouble accessing multiple repositories on the same server

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 05:16:10 CET

Quoth Kevin M Green <mailto:kevin.green@smooware.com>:
> So I created another repository c:\svn2
> svnadmin -create c:\svn2 - no problem
> I edited the passwd file in config folder to create the users desired.
>
> I stopped and removed the svn service
> svnservice -remove
> I reinstalled the service and restarted it.
> svnservice -install -d
> (I removed the -r c:\svn to allow access to both repositories)

You should probably put both repositories under some other common folder
(eg. C:\repos\svn and C:\repos\svn2) and specify that folder (-r
c:\repos). Just seems safer that way.

> How do I start the server to be able to access multiple
> repositories? How do I specify the URL in TortoiseSVN to
> access the different repositories? (c:\svn and c:\svn2) I saw
> in the book how to specify the URL if the repository is in a
> *NIX file system. But I did not see how to specify it on a
> Windows system.

If you've got c:\repos\svn and c:\repos\svn2 with -r c:\repos, then the
access urls are:
  svn://server/svn/trunk
  svn://server/svn2/trunk

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