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Re: Fwd: Re: ssh based access?

From: Darryl Okahata <darrylo_at_soco.agilent.com>
Date: 2002-04-18 23:07:28 CEST

John Pybus <john@pybus.org> wrote:

> If I caught a user on one of the machines I admin running apache from their
> login account they wouldn't have a login account for long. However they do
> all have ssh access (run as a _maintained_ and properly configured service)
> and are welcome to run cvs --server (or svn --streamy-access, or whatever
> else they need) over it.

     While I agree with this, how is running a "subversion server" (one
hypothetically modified to NOT use apache) significantly less of a
resource/network load than today's "apache-using-subversion server"?
They both have the possibility of annihilating your CPU/network. It
seems to me that, if one is banned, they both should be banned.

	Darryl Okahata
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