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RE: Are there many Windows 2003, FSFS, Apache SVN servers?

From: Tom McMillen <thomas.mcmillen_at_mppglobal.com>
Date: 2005-06-13 12:44:22 CEST

win2003 server, svn 1.1.4 (BDB), apache2,

only issues were with file case naming (fixed with hook)

apache running with mod_sspi makes life easy.

using apache means that the svn repository is available to be integrated with the rest of the development intranet for documentation and lookups.

works really well.

All developers do co and ci via tsvn
(You know how frightening the command line is to the average windows user! They just need introducing gently to it, but without TSVN I doubt that I could have put forward svn for use over VSS)

I have svn running on freebsd with fsfs at home, to an end user I don't think it makes any difference BDB or FSFS. I've not had issues with either so am likely to stick with BDB at work (although I've not done the upgrade to 1.2 yet)

-----Original Message-----
From: Vincent Chu [mailto:vinchu@gmail.com]
Sent: 13 June 2005 09:53
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Are there many Windows 2003, FSFS, Apache SVN servers?

same here on svn 1.14, win2003, apache2 and BDB

a bit sceptical abt fsfs....

On 6/13/05, Matheus Leite <matheusleite@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been running SVN under Apache 2, Windows 2003 and Berkeley DB
> for 1 year now, and never had any problems.
>
> Matheus
>
> 2005/6/10, Jackie Smith Cashion <jackie@arxceo.com>:
> >
> >
> > I've been running a subversion server (FSFS, Apache) on a Windows 2003
> > server. (Certainly, Windows 2003 is not my first choice, but it's the only
> > available server.) I recently noticed that one of the directories in my
> > repository has become "hosed". (I won't use the word "wedged". That seems to
> > be reserved for bdb repositories.) Fortunately it's an empty branches
> > directory (file:///svn/repos/branches).
> >
> > Perhaps I'll start another thread next week detailing the error messages I
> > receive when trying to access this directory. In the end the question will
> > be whether the subversion database is "hosed" or the native Windows file
> > system has become corrupt.
> >
> > But I would like to start with a simpler discussion. Are other facilities
> > successfully running svn under Windows 2003? Are you using FSFS? Are you
> > using Apache? I would prefer to stay with my current server for cost
> > reasons. However, if this is a rare configuration, it may justify the
> > expense of a new server running a more popular configuration.
> >
> > I know I'll hear comments about linux vs. Windows. But I'd also like to hear
> > comments about svnserver vs. Apache and bdb vs. fsfs under Windows.
> >
> > Any comments would be appreciated. Thanks.
> >
> > Jackie Smith Cashion
> > Arxceo Corporation
> > jackie@arxceo.com
>
>
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