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Re: Security and SVN

From: <mixtim_at_acm.org>
Date: 2003-01-22 00:14:01 CET

Matt Quail wrote:

 As an example, could SVN be chroot-ed (from thinking about it, I'd say
 it probably can)? It gets more complicated when we consider the
 multiple access layers SVN has; for example can SVN + apache + mod_dav
 be easily secured?

When I was using ra_dav, I had apache running in a jail which has more
restrictions than just chroot'ing it. Nothing really special was
required -- just followed the man page for setting up a jail. Depending
on your network setup you may have to modify some routes and/or change
your firewall and ip forwarding rules but that's site specific.


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