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Re: Apache

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 20:34:15 CEST

On 8/1/06, Johnson, Deron <DLJohnson@firstcommand.com> wrote:
> I finally have Apache working with Subversion and now I want to setup
> authorization. Previously I was using svnserve and each repository had it's
> own password file that users authenticated against. According to the
> documentation for Apache setup with SVN it shows that you make a passwd file
> and add users to it in the \bin directory. Does it not allow you to point
> to each repository or just how is the best way to set this up?

If you use SVNParentPath, I think you have to have one password file
covering all repositories (and access control file).

If you do not use SVNParentPath (each repository gets its own Location
section in the Apache config), then I think you can use one password
file for all, or one password file for each repository.

The location of the password file doesn't matter, as long as Apache
has rights to read it and you give it the right path to find it.

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