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Re: Organizing repositories into hierarchy of directories at Apache's SVN root

From: Mark W. Shead <mwshead_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-19 16:13:48 CEST

> I will certainly look into those RPMs you suggested. Do you happen to
> know what the difference between the RPMs maintained by David Summers
> and CollabNet aside from lack of BDB support? I am really
> interested in
> this "Don't Do That" module you mention with CollabNet's Subversion
> server.

I think you can get Don't Do That with the regular distribution as well.

> After sending my reply, I talked with a fellow analyst who informed me
> that RHEL 4 should have large file support (LFS) by default. At my
> previous place of employment, we used CentOS 4, which is based of
> and it didn't have LFS enabled by default as I hit the 2 GB file limit
> several times with logs. I apologize for my ignorance.

The way I understand the Collabnet version is that the RPMS include
Apache 2.2.4 (I think that is the right version). When you run
subversion it doesn't use the system installed Apache it uses its
own. I will have to test it with a 3 GB file and see what happens
using CentOS 4.

By the way, for testing Amazon's EC2 service is great! Get the
firefox plugin for managing your instances of machines. When I have
a question about something I fire up a machine or two and run my
subversion install script and then test it out. At $0.10 per hour it
is a really inexpensive way to test things.


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