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Re: SSH+SVN - svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-06 03:44:44 CET

On Jan 5, 2005, at 5:49 PM, Mark Parker wrote:

> Steve Greenland wrote:
>> On Wed, Jan 05, 2005 at 03:37:52PM +0100, Vincent Ducret wrote:
>>> On the Solaris Server, svnserve process is started through inetd (I
>>> tried to start it without inetd, but same error on the client-side).
>> When you use ssh+svn URLs, you do NOT use inetd -- svnserve is
>> started by each individual ssh process. This means that your settings
>> inetd.conf, particularly the '-r' coption, are not used.
>> Steve
> Which all makes me wonder... wouldn't svn+ssh be more accurately named
> ssh+file (ok so technically it would be ssh+svn but conceptually and
> effectively it's basically file:// over ssh)?

Because usually the 'schema' portion of the URL indicates the protocol:


And in this case, it's still the 'svn' protocol being spoken over an
ssh tunnel. (The only thing that svn+ssh:// and file:// have in common
is that they both open the repostiory database directly as the user
which owns the process.)

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