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Re: Using Shared Directory in SVN-Apache Server

From: Hans-Joachim Ehlers <HansJoachim.Ehlers_at_eumetsat.int>
Date: 2006-01-12 13:34:57 CET

I do not know if/how svn will work if the repository is on a network

But normaly you would do:
On the repository server ( RS) export the svn directory
(RS) $ net share svnrepos=Drive:Path
net share svnrepos=h:\share\svrepos
net share svnrepos=h:\svrepos

On the hhtp Server ( HS ) import this share:
net use z: \\(RS)\ShareName

net use \\(RS)\ShareName

BTW: To keep the directory structure the same you would reimport the
SVN repos on the same machine
Example: ( Runing on the Repository Server )
mkdir h:\share\svnbase
net share svnbase=h:\share\
net use z: \\(RS)\share

Now create your SVN repository on z:\svnbase and work ONLY hier.

Every other host can import thes share also to z: and will have the
same path.

Just from memory and the old NT4 days


>>> "Nguyen, Thuc Huu" <thucnguyen@psv.com.vn> 12/01/06 13:00 >>>

Windows XP, I ran "svnserve -d -r \\machine1\my_repositories
<file:///\\machine1\my_repositories> " well, but I could not run this
shared directory in SVN-Apache server.

How can I run SVN-Apache server on a machine and the repositories are
another machine?

Please help me.

Thanks & Best regards,


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