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Re: Deploy Apache on Linux Server and Windows Server

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-19 04:48:10 CET

On 1/17/06, Hung Dai Van <hungdaivan@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I would like to deploy SVN as follows:
> - Repository: deploy on Windows 2003 Server
> - Apache Server: Deploy both on Linux Server and
> Windows Server
> I don't have much experience in Linux. Could you let
> me know if this deployment model works or not? And in
> case it works, please help me know how to configure
> Apache on Linux Server to access the repository on
> Windows Server. I use the Windows domain user to
> access the Web Server.

Why are you storing the repository on a (very) different server from
the one that all your access is going through? Access will be quite
slow. The user that Apache on Linux runs under must be able to mount
and read/write a shared directory via SMB on the Windows server.

I'm having trouble understanding why one would want to separate the
Apache component from the repository like this. Technically, yes, it
could work - but why build such a convoluted system if you still have
choices about the implementation?

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