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Re: Using Subversion's apache server for more than Subversion

From: Daniele Nicolodi <daniele_at_grinta.net>
Date: 2002-09-09 19:58:46 CEST

On Mon, Sep 09, 2002 at 11:58:53AM -0400, Mike Wohlgemuth wrote:

> Now for the fun part. You will need to tell your main apache server to
> proxy requests for your subversion repositories to your subversion
> apache server. Say you have a repository at /myproject on the
> subversion apache server. Add the following to your main
> # turn on the rewrite engine
> RewriteEngine on
> # redirect any request without a trailing slash for myproject to one
> # with a trailing slash
> RewriteRule ^/myproject$ /myproject/ [R=permanent,L]
> # proxy all requests for /myproject/* to my subversion server
> RewriteRule ^/myproject/(.*)$ http://localhost:8000/myproject/$1 [P,L]
> This allows me to run the subversion apache server as a user that only
> has access to the subversion repositories, and my main apache server
> with no access to the repository at all.

I do the same in a imho cleaner way:

        ServerName svn.grinta.net
        ProxyRequests Off
        NoCache *
        ProxyPass /

for create a virtual host, but you can use also a location:

<Location />
        ServerName svn.grinta.net
        ProxyRequests Off
        NoCache *
        ProxyPass /svn
in this config is a dedicated internal SVN server but you
can also specify http://localhost:8000/svn if you want.


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Received on Mon Sep 9 19:59:21 2002

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