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RE: running svnserve on windows

From: McKenna, Simon (RGH) <Simon.McKenna_at_rgh.sa.gov.au>
Date: 2004-03-03 07:32:56 CET

Hi Yasir,

We use firedaemon to run svnserve as a service,
makes things easier for administration:

http://www.firedaemon.com

It's been running for the last umm...4-5 months
with not a single crash or error on our 32 repo's,
it's on a W2K server we use for development, it
also runs IIS (erk!), takes a fair lickin' and
keeps on tickin'. Amazing for a windows box!

Security can be achieved over SSH but you can
also use a password database for authentication.

I fell for svnserve in such a big way I wrote
a blurb about it in the TortoiseSVN manual :)

http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/docs/TortoiseSVN_en/ch03s02.html
(some intro text lifted from svnbook, which you should also read)

Hope that helps

peace
si

-=> Hi,
-=> I installed svc just today. I want to access my projects
-=> via the svnserve from a remote location. When I run
-=> C:>svcserve -d c:\svnrepo, the cmd window remains open, how
-=> do I run this in the background or as a service?
-=>
-=> I am running it as an admin on the Domain controller is
-=> there any security issue or best practice that I am missing?
-=>
-=> Thanks a lot,
-=> Yasir

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