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Re: using tunnels via svnserve

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-08-02 22:33:28 CEST

Ben Reser wrote:

> On Mon, Aug 02, 2004 at 04:07:07PM -0400, John Peacock wrote:
>>ssh -f -L 3690: servername sleep 120 2>/dev/null
>>/usr/local/bin/svn "$@"
>>which means the tunnels expire after 120 seconds.
> People need to stop recommending that sleep syntax. The following
> tunnel won't go away until you kill it and avoids running a sleep
> command on the server:
> ssh -f -n -L 3690:

Why? It's annoying to kill the tunnel session (since you have to track
it down using ps) and the sleep doesn't do anything bad to the server.
The 120 seconds means the tunnel will usually last long enough for me to
type a short commit message into my editor, but ssh will not close a
tunnel if there is still activity on it (long checkout or commit).


John Peacock
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Received on Mon Aug 2 22:33:41 2004

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