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reverse proxy to svn server HOWTO?

From: Rob van Oostrum <rob.vanoostrum_at_blastradius.com>
Date: 2004-08-11 02:56:43 CEST

I have a SVN/Apache server running on our LAN, and I need to expose selected repositories/paths within repositories to the public internet. So I set up a reverse proxy on a machine in our DMZ like so:

<Location /svn/bla>
ProxyPass http://host.on.lan/svn/bla/
ProxyPassReverse http://host.on.lan/svn/bla/

The DMZ server is setup to only handle HTTPS ... now ... if I hit https://host.in.dmz/svn/bla, I can browse the repository and checkout, but I cannot commit anything. It'll crap out with a message like so:

svn: applying log message to /svn/bla!svn/wbl/dc358bd7-b968-004c-a2b7-846660a1452d/31: 405 Method Not Allowed (https://host.in.dmz)

What's causing this to happen and am I missing something totally obvious in the configuration?

thanks in advance ...

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Received on Wed Aug 11 02:56:58 2004

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