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Re: OS X Tiger Launchd plist

From: Darkside <subscription_at_ambientshadow.com>
Date: 2005-06-14 17:56:39 CEST

On Jun 14, 2005, at 10:07 , Jon Scott Stevens wrote:

> I just noticed a typo in the file...
>
> <string>org.tigris.subversion.svnserv</string>
> <key>OnDeamand</key>
>
> OnDeamand?

Ah, well that's at least something. :-)

After making the following changes, unloading, loading, and starting,
I can get the server to run:
- OnDeamand > OnDemand
- '--inetd' > '--daemon'
- comment out the 'inetdCompatibility' key and dictionary

The process is '/opt/local/bin/svnserve --daemon --root=/Users/Shared/
Repository' which apparently works for me because I removed the inetd
options and it's not trying to use launchproxy. Still don't know why
that works for others.

However, this process sticks around; it stays up even when I'm not
accessing the repository, and 'sudo launchctl stop
org.tigris.subversion.svnserv' doesn't work; the process keeps
running. Of course, my Postgres database doesn't stop when I tell it
to either, so it might be (my understanding of) launchd / plists.

At least I can get it running automatically at startup; yay
workaround! :-D

>
> On Jun 14, 2005, at 7:39 AM, Darkside wrote:
>
>> After customizing the plist (changing the --root path and adding
>> my newly-created 'svn' user and group) and following the load
>> instructions, I check 'ps auxww | grep svn', and there isn't a
>> svnserve process running.
>>
>>> I saw in the archives from last month that someone was looking
>>> for a Launchd plist for Subversion. After taking a stab at it
>>> myself (and failing) I found this: http://marc.baffl.co.uk/
>>> stuff.php that is working perfectly for me so far.

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