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Re: AW: Re: where does SVN store the commited files

From: Sarvananda <navnith_maudgil_at_satyam.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 12:40:34 CEST

sorry for the delay in replying.
Thank you all so much for your replies.

>sounds as if your repository may be visible to everyone on
>your intranet

am scared now. am the one responsible for the SVN. I have assigned user
names and passwords for my 3 users, still.. you think i am at risk ? please
let me know how can I overcome this.

thanks a ton in advance

Andreas Rudischhauser wrote:
>
> If you want a readonly view of the files you could nightly check out the
> files to a path....
>
> -----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
> Von: Simon Large [mailto:simon.tortoisesvn@googlemail.com]
> Gesendet: Mittwoch, 16. Mai 2007 13:47
> An: users@tortoisesvn.tigris.org
> Betreff: Re: where does SVN store the commited files
>
> On 16/05/07, Andy Levy <andy.levy@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 5/16/07, Sarvananda <navnith_maudgil@satyam.com> wrote:
>> >
>> > Dear All,
>> > I am novice with SVN. However I was able to setup SVN over CVS and am
>> able
>> > to commit my files over the intranet, using Apache. I am a little
>> scared
>> > now.Because, suddenly my sr. wants to see the files in the repo, and I
>> dont
>> > really know where they are ? Googled and
>> >
>> searched(http://www.nabble.com/Repository-not-being-updated-tf3756389.html),
>> > all I could gather was that SVn stores the files in a database and
>> those
>> > files are not really visible through the win.explorer. To see any of
>> those
>> > files, you really have to check out those files
>> > is my understanding correct ?
>>
>> Yes. The repository uses a non-human-readable format for storing the
>> contents. The repository database is not meant to be accessed directly
>> - only via a client & the Subversion libraries.
>>
>> To see the files in the repository, you need to check out, export, or
>> use a repository browser.
>
> The repository browser is certainly the easiest if you just want an
> overview.
>
> Also, it sounds as if your repository may be visible to everyone on
> your intranet. If that is the case you should definitely hide it, or
> at least make it read-only to ordinary users. Otherwise anyone could
> go in and accidentally delete your entire repository. Normally it only
> needs to be accessible by Apache, and maybe the parent folder needs to
> be accessible to the admin so that he can create new repositories if
> required.
>
> Simon
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