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Re: Multiple http virtual host access to a single repository

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-07-11 19:23:11 CEST

On 11.07.2005, at 18:50, Damon Rand wrote:

> Am I going to get into trouble with the below config? For various
> reasons to do with our network infrastructure we wish to have an
> SSL and a nonSSL virtual host access the same SVNPath/repository.
> Is this safe? Would I be better with BerkeleyDB or FSFS?

We also have both SSL (for outside the firewall) and non-SSL (for
inside the firewall) vhosts for our intranet, of which Subversion
access is a part, and have not had any problems, nor do we see a
reason why there should be any. We use a single FSFS repository with
Subversion 1.1.2.*

* since a stable release of 1.2.x does not seem to be available yet
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