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Re: Using unix groups for different read/write access in a single repository

From: Mark <mark_at_mitsein.net>
Date: 2006-12-18 16:41:46 CET

Part of that depends on what access methods you will be supporting.
If you are only supporting file://, then just using unix groups is
fine. However, that is very unlikely :).

What I would do is to set up a cronjob that runs every so often
(hourly or less) that will build the authz file for the repository
based upon unix group memberships. You could also tie this into your
unix group add/change/delete process so that any unix group
modifications are carried over into svn authz.

On 12/17/06, Haim Cohen <haimcn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> I would like to use single repository for several different projects.
> I need to give a read/write permissions based on a unix group for each one
> of the project and the permissions must also deny reading from other
> projects.
> What is the way (if exist) to do such thing?
> Should I use a different repository for every group?
> Thanks!
> Haim

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