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Svnadmin create --config-dir

From: Gale, David <David.Gale_at_Hypertherm.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 17:09:04 CEST

Running subversion 1.2.1 on Windows XP from the pre-compiled binaries,
in case that makes a difference.

Is it possible to have a central config directory for all my
repositories? I'd like to have a separate repository for each project
(or group of closely related projects), but all the config data is the
same for each project. I know I can set up a central password file, but
I'd also like to have a central snserve.conf file.

Reading the book,
mentions a "--config-dir" flag for svnadmin create, which sounded
promising. So I tried:
   svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs --config-dir /svn/conf /svn/monitors
which created the repository, but using /svn/monitors/conf as the config
directory, which means that I need to go in and manually change the
snserve.conf file to match my other repositories. I'd really like to be
able to create the repository and have it automatically configured

Can this be done? How? If not, what's the config-dir parameter for?

-David Gale

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