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Re: Is it possible to rent a Subversion service?

From: Duncan Murdoch <subversion_at_murdoch-sutherland.com>
Date: 2005-11-29 12:36:56 CET

On 11/29/2005 12:42 AM, Toby Johnson wrote:
> Duncan Murdoch wrote:
>>I have a small web page on pair.com, which is a fairly large web
>>server farm in Pittsburgh. They don't supply Subversion (or didn't
>>last time I looked), but they give you shell accounts on FreeBSD on
>>all but the very cheapest plan, and it was really not that hard to
>>install svn myself.
> You mean you are able to *serve* an svn repository from your Pair
> account? Or do you mean you were just able to install the svn client? If
> the former, how do you access it from other machines -- svn+ssh:// ? I
> can't imagine you were able to have them add the dav_svn module to Apache?

Yes, svn+ssh. It's just for personal use; I don't know how happy they'd
be about making it widely available.

If you had one of the high volume accounts with a dedicated server, I'd
guess they'd be willing to install dav_svn: they are generally very
cooperative. But those are out of my price range.

Duncan Murdoch

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