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Re: block the file:/// access in AFS

From: Riccardo-Maria Bianchi <riccardomaria.bianchi_at_physik.uni-freiburg.de>
Date: 2007-01-09 16:58:12 CET

Thanks!! I try it! :)



Miller, Eric wrote:
> Riccardo-Maria Bianchi wrote:
>>> Can I block the file:/// access protocol, in order to use only the
>>> svnserve?
> chmod the repository as write only by some user (say svnuser). Users will then access the repository like this:
> svn+ssh://svnuser@host/path/to/repos
> This will cause the svnserve process to be launched under svnusers pid thus allowing access to the repository. You then need to modify ~svnuser/.ssh/authorized_keys to add permitted users via public key access and use the command feature of that file to start "svnserve --tunnel userA". This makes it so that locking, commits, etc. happen by userA, not svnuser.
> Check out the svn book for more details. You can write a wrapper around svnserve to validate access based on unix groups as well (which is why I explored this avenue).
> Ulrich Eckhardt wrote:
>> Well, that's how it work: SVN+SSH just tunnels (file-)access over SSH. If
>> they can login to the machine and use file:/// it is mostly the same.
> That is not accurate. SVN+SSH does exactly what it sounds like - tunnels svnserve transactions across SSH. Everytime an ssh connection is initiated a svnserve process is started to handle it.
> Hope that helps,
> Eric

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