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Re: Does Apache can access the repository through network ?

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2004-08-26 02:40:43 CEST

Eros Ramos wrote:

> Does It possible and recommendable a server in DMZ running apache
> accessing the repository through network ?
> I mapped the network alias through to another server into the server
> running Apache, but it didnít work.
No, the repository must be on the same physical machine that Apache is
running on, at least with BDB in 1.0.

It would probably be possible using Apache's Proxy capabilities to pass
requests from one Apache server to another, for example from Apache in
the DMZ to Apache running on the Subversion server. It might even be
possible to proxy from the DMZ Apache to an svnserve process on the
Subversion server if installing Apache on the Subversion server isn't

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