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Re: Re: SVN on Classified Network

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2015 14:14:05 +0000

On 28 October 2015 at 13:49, Lawrence Bryan <larry.w.bryan2_at_boeing.com> wrote:
> This classified network is not connected to the internet, so I need a solution, not just don't do it.
> Could the solution be to have the network admins start a server process that could host SVN. Is that reasonable? And if so, what would the process characteristics be?

You don't need an internet connection to run a subversion server, just
a network and a machine to run the server process. You mentioned MS
Server 2008, so your best bet is to install a Windows build of the
subversion server. That's not something you'll find here as
TortoiseSVN is only a client. Take a look on subversion.apache.org for
where to download a Windows server build. VisualSVN has a server
package with Windows installer. I think Wandisco also has a packaged
server install too.

If you are a Windows shop and your server is already running IIS you
will either have to run the Apache http server on a different port, or
use the svn protocol server. Hopefully the server installer will guide
you through that.



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