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user management with no root access

From: John Biddiscombe <biddisco_at_cscs.ch>
Date: 2006-05-03 15:17:31 CEST


I have asked our sysadmins to setup a server for svn which they have
done using an apache interface. I have a repository working with a
project inside it.

I now need to create about half a dozen new projects, each with
different user access rights, some public, some open to certain users,
some a combination of either.

I have asked the sysdmins to setup things, but they are not experienced
svn users and neither am I, also they just don't have time to help me
out. I can't wait for them and would like to set things up myself, but I
have no "privileges" and can't change users, repository locations etc in
the apache configurations.

Is there some way that the admins can allow me to create
projects/repositories/users and change access rights etc without me
being a root user and without allowing me to break the entire system (I
am not an admin and am quite likely to break stuff initially until I
have learned the ropes).

Is there FAQ of some kind that can help me. I've read the svn book, but
need more help.

many thanks


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