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SSH tunnelled usage

From: Rasjid Wilcox <rasjidw_at_openminddev.net>
Date: 2004-11-12 04:13:31 CET

I have set up a Subversion server (svnserve) on Linux, which is accessed from
Windows boxes via a ssh port-forwarding tunnel. So the Windows Subversion
clients think the subversion server is on localhost.

It all seems to work fine, but I would just like to check that this is an
acceptable configuration, and that there are not hidden 'gotchas' in using it
this way.

I did try a svn+ssh://... arrangement with TortoiseSVN, but it did not seem
completely stable. And as far as I can tell, RapidSVN does not support svn

So can someone please confirm that just using plain port-forwarding will
(continue) to work as I expect? (The svn-book does not seem to address the
particular method of usage.)



Rasjid Wilcox
Canberra, Australia (UTC +11 hrs)
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