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Re: remote svn dump?

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-09-26 17:39:21 CEST

Andreas Jellinghaus <aj@ciphirelabs.com> writes:
> On Monday 26 September 2005 14:58, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> > But you probably don't want your dump available publicly.
> I'm sorry: why? If the repository is public available, is
> there anything in the dump that isn't available by other means, too?

For speed and simplicity of code, 'svnadmin dump' does no
authorization checks -- it just assumes you're allowed to read
everything in the repository (since you clearly have read access to
the physical filesystem, this is a safe assumption). A dump over one
of the network protocols could not make this assumption, however.

> I really liked the idea of doing it pull-based, using anonymous http.
> would be nice if I could do that somehow.

For the above reasons, it could never be anonymous.


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