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Re: specifying SVNPath as a network share in httpd.conf file

From: Ramanathan Muthaiah <rus.cahimb_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-20 17:59:48 CET

> How do i specify the value of SVNPath as a network share .I want the
> repository to sit on a network share on a windows box (win2k3).
> Can i map a network drive and specify something like this in httpd.conf file
> <Location /repo>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath z:/testrepository
> </Location>
> where testrepository is the shared repository
> or something like
> SVNPath \\servername\share
Am no expert in this topic but based on my interpretation of the
initial sections from Chapter 6 of Subversion documentation, it is
possible to create and network-enable new repositories via HTTP access
method but it looks like,

Repository must be created on the same server where HTTP server is run.

I may be completely wrong, BTW, have you tried this and what behaviour
do you observe?


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