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Re: apache user invoking svn

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_hannonhill.com>
Date: 2006-07-27 17:11:40 CEST

> svnserve.conf has no affect on Apache, are you running svnserve as
> well? If your goal is to ensure all access is via http only, all
> you need to do is make the repo directory owned by the Apache user,
> with +rwX permissions, and no permissions for group or others.

yes, that is exactly my goal. I was wondering if there was any more
elegant way in svn to disable access via svn+ssh:// other than
changing the directory ownership to be only the user running apache.
I think managing a separate authz_db file for svnserve.conf that just
disables all access would probably be easiest. Though, will that
affect apache's ability to invoke svn? I guess I'm a little unclear
about the different mechanisms for invoking SVN.


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