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RE: Running svnserve -d on a different port

From: Ivan Demkovitch <idemkovitch_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-03-25 17:12:10 CET

I guess I found simple solution for my problem:

I will run APache on SSL port 443 (everybody have it open)
And run IIS on 80.

This should work fine for me. Hope it help somebody else

>http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/mod_proxy.html is the documents on
>mod_proxy for Apache 2.0
>I believe what you want is a reverse proxy.
>Here is a sample (untested) type setup.
>Apache 2.0 running on Port 80, configured to have /svn go to the svn
>repository, while having everything else handed off to IIS running on some
>other random port, to which apache will return the results of that to the
>web browser.
>-- Larry

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