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Re: Implementation factors to consider?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-05 19:22:20 CEST

On Sun, 2004-04-04 at 22:10, caroline weller wrote:

> 1. Factors to consider when choosing the server platform and architecture
> for
> Subversion and its dependencies (eg BerkeleyDB/Apache):
> eg Windows 2000 with Apache
> Windows 2000 with svnserve
> UNIX with Apache
> UNIX with svnserve

No functional differences to consider here. That's why svn is

> 2. Is Security the only reason you need Apache Server or svnserve to run
> Subversion on a server?

No, there's much more difference between svnserve and apache. Look at
the comparison table at the beginning of chapter 6.

> 3. Do wither solution allow you to restrict access to a project or
> sub-project
> to a set of users, or do you need to use other methods?

Only apache can do this. Again, chapter 6 has all this information.

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