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Re: htaccess, large groups and mod_auth_dbm

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-07-06 23:34:16 CEST

On Jul 6, 2005, at 4:03 PM, Aaron Digulla wrote:

> Aaron Digulla wrote:
>> The Apache2 docs say that if you have a large number of users (I have
>> 300), you should switch from text files to DBM databases.
>> Is this supported by SVN? Or can I at least put the users into a
>> DBM and
>> the groups into the AuthzSVNAccessFile?

Neither mod_dav_svn nor mod_authz_svn do authentication, apache2
does. So you're free to use whatever authentication apache2 makes
available. So it's fine to get your users from any source.

The problem is that mod_authz_svn *only* understands its own group
definitions, not ones from other sources. There's an enhancement
issue filed on that, I think.

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