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RE: svnserve and Apache serve same repos?

From: Gavin Lambert <gavinl_at_compacsort.com>
Date: 2006-11-14 01:03:14 CET

Quoth Erik Huelsmann <mailto:ehuels@gmail.com>:
>> It might be advantageous for me to have both of these serve the same
>> repos. I know that would be asking for trouble normally, but what if
>> only one of them has read-write users? The svnserve part would only
>> be one, read-only user, whereas the Apache side would serve to my
>> usual read-write users.
>> Would that work okay, or is it dangerous and/or impossible?
> There is no danger in having more than one writer. You do
> need to make sure the files are readable by the other party, that's
> all.

I think there was an issue if (a) the repository is in BDB format and
(b) it's on a network share. As long as you're not doing both of those
together then I think it's fine.

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