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Re: authentication client caching

From: Jeff Eng <jge15_at_columbia.edu>
Date: 2004-07-22 23:58:07 CEST

Actually, after reading through the svnbook one more time, I thought
about it some more, and then realized what's going on is expected behavior.

If I'm going to use svn+ssh, then credential caching is not an available
feature. When connecting to the repos, I have to first create the ssh
connection/tunnel first. This is that connection that's prompting me
for my password everytime (duh). Once the connection is done, the
local svnserve process is spawned and blah blah blah. The local
svnseve won't prompt me for a username/password beucase it's like a
file://// access, right?

Anyway, so am I right concluding that credential caching is not an
option with the svn+ssh:// access method because my SSH client needs to
do the caching, not the SVN client?


Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

>On Thu, 2004-07-22 at 15:48, Jeff Eng wrote:
>>Sure. A transcript of svn usage (with names changed to protect the
>>innocent) :
>Thanks for the transcript!
>Now, my next question: did you ever define a 'realm' in
>repos/conf/svnserve.conf? If not, try doing so, and see if that fixes
>the problem.
Received on Thu Jul 22 23:58:24 2004

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