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RE: BES + Apache + SVN

From: McKenna, Simon (RGH) <Simon.McKenna_at_rgh.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2003-11-14 08:00:28 CET


-=> ... We only test Subversion against the original Apache.

Sounds perfectly reasonable.

-=> ... Subversion 0.32.1 *requires* the API within Apache 2.0.47.
-=> ... And Subversion 0.33.0 ... requires Apache 2.0.48.

Good information, thank you Ben.


-=> Based on what I have read on this list in the past,
-=> there is a real risk of corruption using file://
-=> over a network share.

Is there a way to verify the integrity of our repositories?

I've read through the svn book and couldn't see
anything obvious in svnadmin or svnlook.

Would a successful dump and load indicate integrity?

-=> If I were you I would look into svnserve, or else run Apache 2.0.48 on
another port.

I appreciate SVN is in an Alpha nearing Beta state,
but is svnserve considered to be of a similar level?

Thanks for the help, have a great weekend!

Simon McKenna

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