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Re: SUBVERSION repository mirroring?

From: Andreas Jellinghaus <aj_at_dungeon.inka.de>
Date: 2004-06-10 09:11:34 CEST

On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 02:53, John Peacock wrote:
> Andreas Jellinghaus wrote:
> > can this be used, if you have only partial access to some repository?
> Do you mean can you mirror a repository that you only have read access to?

Ah, no, sorry. I meant partial access via httpd with AuthzSVN.
It should allow me to have data for different sites in one
repository, seperate the data for each site by using one directory
for each, and allow each user to access only the data for his/her
site and global data.

Now can I create a bi-directional mirror in each site, having
only the global data and that sites data?


and then mirror only /global and /site_a to some server with
svk? (more wouldn't be possible as authzsvn will limit the
access anyway.)

should that work?

thanks for your help.

Regards, Andreas

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