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Spying on svnserve

From: Kip Warner <Kip_at_TheVertigo.com>
Date: 2006-10-22 00:19:29 CEST


I am currently invoking svnserve via inetd on a small NAS device via...

# /etc/inetd.conf
svn stream tcp nowait root /root/launchsvn.sh

# /root/launchsvn.sh
Set_Led beep1
Set_Led beep1
/opt/bin/svnserve -i -r /root/svnrepos

This setup works great in making the system beep twice everytime someone
connects to the server with their svn client.

Is there any further way that someone creative might come up with to
find out or log who (user) is connecting from where (ip address) and
what they are doing (commit, checkout, etc.)? I would like to be able to
do this without installing Apache.

PS I am not on the mailing list, so perhaps you would be kind enough to
cc this address.

Kip Warner
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Received on Sun Oct 22 00:20:29 2006

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