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Re: Setting up 2 or more repositories and svn services

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 09:40:10 -0400

On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 09:25, <PLinehan_at_dek.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to arrive at a situation of 2 or more repositories on a single
> server
>
> say myarchive
>
> and have  repositories such as
>
> OurMajorDevelopment
>
> OthersupportItems
>
>
> The users of OurMajorDevelopment  will be different from the
> OthersupportItems
> and should not be able to access the other repository.
>
> My first thoughts were to create 2 Windows services
> svn1   pointing to OurMajorDevelopment
>
> and
>
> svnOther pointing to OthersupportItems
>
> so access would be
>
> svn1://.......
>
>
> or
> svnOther://.....
>
> But this does not appear to work.
>
> So what I have I missed here ?
>
> Is what I want possible ? without using Apache ?

Your question is more appropriate on the Subversion Users mailing list
because it deals with setting up a server. TortoiseSVN is not a
server.

You can set up 2 Windows services pointing at different repositories.
Both would use the svn:// protocol (you can't just invent a protocol).
But one will have to listen on a non-default port.

Your other option is to serve both repositories from the same svnserve
instance, by placing both repositories in a common parent directory
and passing the --root option to svnserve.

Both of these are covered in the "how to set up a svnserve as a
Windows service" documentation.

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