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SVN freeze/lock, SVNADMIN control

From: Shib SS <shib_leo_at_yahoo.co.in>
Date: 2005-08-08 14:32:19 CEST

I am running svn server on Fedora3 Linux. I am using
svn://path and svn+ssh://path to access my repository.
I want to freeze or lock my source repository so that
users can't check in any code. I guess i can do that
by cheanging the setting in svnserve.conf, i.e. change
auth-access = write to read.
Now i want only some users to be able to check in,
while others should not be. How do i achieve this ?
Is there any other way i can freeze the source
repository ??

Another query is, my users have shell access to the
system. I want to control/restrict the use of the
admin commands, like creating or deleting the
repository, etc. How can i restrict access so that
only a superuser can do these ?



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