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Re: subversion server: binding ip address

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-23 01:33:58 CEST

On Apr 22, 2007, at 17:14, Francesco Biacca wrote:

> I installed a subversion server on my server and it works fine.
> Actually I don't understand why i've to bind each project to only one
> ip address. Can i bind two project to the same ip address?

I'm having a little trouble answering your question... What do you
mean, bind a project to an IP address? And why do you think you can
only bind one project to an IP address?

Subversion has no concept of a "project." It has repositories, which
can contain anything you like -- one project, multiple projects, your
grandmother's recipes -- anything.

You can host repositories with Apache or svnserve. With either
method, you can host a single repository or multiple repositories,
all from the same IP address.

I recommend you read the book:


If you need more help, you should describe your setup to us and the
specific problem you're experiencing (with the exact error message
would be best) so that we can make more-specific recommendations.

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Received on Mon Apr 23 01:34:31 2007

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