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Re: SSH svnserver under windows?

From: Gili <junk_at_bbs.darktech.org>
Date: 2004-11-27 23:24:39 CET

        Ok, I'm still confused. Who is actually responsible for running svnserve? Does the SSH user log in, run
"svnserve -t" himself and then proceeds to interact with the server? Who shuts down the server? How? (I see no way
to shutdown the server if each user spawns his own) Someone please point me in the right direction.

Thank you,

On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 17:09:30 -0500, Gili wrote:

> I'm reading more about this now... if I understand correctly, the server is actually invoked on a per-ssh
>session and the *client* is actually responsible for running the correct svnserve cmdline!? Meaning the client
>connects via ssh and acts as if he was using a file:// connection. I configure the appropriate -t (tunnel mode) in
>the svnserve configuration so it actually redirects output over his ssh connection. Is that correct?


>On Sat, 27 Nov 2004 17:01:02 -0500, Gili wrote:


>> There doesn't seem to be any documentation on exactly how to configure svnserver to run under Windows
>>(preferrably as a service) and tunnel through SSH. I've read the majority of the Subversion documentation and
>>the client-side is discussed for SSH + Subversion. The FAQ doesn't have anything either. I've gotten SSHd
>>and running as a service on my system. What now?


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