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Re: FSFS and Security

From: Charles Medcoff <cmedcoff_at_wideopenwest.com>
Date: 2004-11-30 14:59:01 CET

> charles medcoff wrote:
>> Does FSFS support any kind of security? How?
> Neither FSFS nor BDB enforce any kind of security (I take you mean access
> control), it is always the frontend (i.e. apache, svnserve) that do this.

Please allow me to better refine my question. My preference is to serve up
a repository either via svnserve or directly via the file system
(file:///path_to_repos). I am aware than svnserve supports authentication.
Is there anyway to provide read/write access protection via the direct
access (file:///path_to_repos)? Would this be strictly done through file
system security such as NTFS on windows? If so, is this documented anywhere?

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Received on Tue Nov 30 15:01:38 2004

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