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Re: Suggested apache access config?

From: Neal D. Becker <nbecker_at_hns.com>
Date: 2002-08-14 18:35:03 CEST

>>>>> "Karl" == Karl Fogel <kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net> writes:

    Karl> nbecker@hns.com (Neal D. Becker) writes:
    Karl> I've always just done like this:
    Karl> 1. Make user `svn'
    Karl> 2. Make group `svn'
    Karl> 3. chown -R svn.svn /path/to/repository
    Karl> 4. Edit httpd.conf so httpd runs as user svn and group svn.
    Karl> Seems to work fine.
>> Only if your httpd is used for nothing except svn!

    Karl> Oops, good point :-), forgot about that.

Ultimately, if svn is really useful it may be adopted by mainstream
distributions, such as RedHat. It would need to install in a
minimally intrusive way. I think making access from httpd to svn db
by making the httpd user a member of a supplemental group could
fulfill this requirement.

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