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Re: On recent BDB usage issues

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-10 20:03:22 CEST

2005/7/10, Guido Anzuoni <Guido.Anzuoni@technomind.it>:

> The question is quite simple: is there ***any*** configuration to safely run
> Subversion with BDB ?
> For what I have read, allowing access only thru svnserve is not safe.

You are confusing some things:

Subversion supports different access methods:
 * http using apache web server
 * svn (with and without ssl) using svnserver
 * direct file access.

In addition, subversion supports two repository formats:
 * BDB
 * FSFS

Both can independently chosen when setting up a repository. You can
have apache with fsfs, you can have svnserver with fsfs, or you can
have svnserver with BDB and so on.

It look like you are looking for a way to combine fsfs with apache?
Well, just select fsfs when creating your repository with svnadmin!

Norbert

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