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Re: Subversion Database Administration Issues

From: Ulrich Eckhardt <eckhardt_at_satorlaser.com>
Date: 2005-07-12 08:43:04 CEST

Pol Llovet wrote:
> Periodically (I haven't been able to find a pattern in it) when
> someone uses tortiose to check out a repository for the first time, it
> will screw up the database, and i have to run svnadmin recover in
> order to make it work again. once that happens, the permissions reset
> and I have to do the chown/chmod shuffle again.

I think you missed the part about setting up different access methods, your
problems are well documented there. However, I'd suggest a different way of
organizing things: use svnserve. Remove all access rights to the
repositories, make them owned by the svnserve user you need to add and make
people use svn:// to access them. Simple setup and you can even give
restricted access (e.g. read only) to some people.

Whatever you do though, you need to read the book on subversion first.


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Received on Tue Jul 12 08:44:36 2005

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