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Re: How do I quiesce the repository?

From: Ximon Eighteen <ximon.eighteen_at_int.greenpeace.org>
Date: 2006-01-08 11:38:23 CET

> This is assuming of course you have no file:// or http://
> clients going on.

So, if it doesn't already exist the ideal solution would be a switch to
disable the repository entirely, or make it real only, in a
configuration file that all access methods to the server cause the
server to read.. e.g. something equivalent functionality (but applying
to svn rather than logins) to /etc/nologin.txt on *nix systems.

However I'm guessing a "global" solution doesn't exist since svnserve
uses svnserve.conf while the Apache solution uses settings in the Apache
configuration files.

Part of the problem I suppose is that there isn't a *single* server in
the case of svnserve AND access via Apache, there are two.

Shame :(

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