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Re: remote repository replication?

From: Saulius Grazulis <grazulis_at_ibt.lt>
Date: 2005-06-20 09:12:36 CEST

On Monday 20 June 2005 10:00, Miha Vitorovic wrote:

> > Hello,
> > I have 2 offices in different cities and developers work either in
> > 1st office or 2nd office.
> > I want to use SVN in both sides. The only way to use SVN in other
> > office is replicating parent repository for
> > 2nd office? Or is there anyway to use SVN, i.e from a web page?
> > What do you advice me for this situation?
> > Thank you.
> > Kind regards,
> You can put your server on a publically accessible server. But you'd have
> to be extra carefull about securing it, authentication and such. You could
> use apache with HTTPS or svn+ssh.

I think a Virtual Private Network (e.g. vpnd, http://sunsite.dk/vpnd/) would
add quite a bit of extra security, and there would be no need to expose
repository to the "outside" of you office network.

Dr. Saulius Grazulis
Institute of Biotechnology
Graiciuno 8
LT-02241 Vilnius
Lietuva (Lithuania)
fax:          (+370-5)-2602116
tel.: office: (+370-5)-2602556
      mobile: (+370-684)-49802, (+370-614)-36366

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