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

From: Jon Daley <tortoise_at_jon.limedaley.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 12:46:14 CEST

On Thu, 17 May 2007, Sarvananda wrote:
>> 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.

         Can you get to the repository via the windows explorer - ie. is
that directory shared via windows file sharing, or do you just have
access to them if you are logged into the server via Remote Desktop or
whatever? If they are being shared, or if people have access to the
server, you should stop sharing it, as there isn't any reason to share the
repository directly, but just let apache read it. You could also set the
file permissions to only allow apache access to that directory.

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