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Re: subversion server: binding ip address

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-04-23 03:00:36 CEST

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On Apr 22, 2007, at 19:28, Francesco Biacca wrote:

> first of all i want to say thank you for having answered to my
> question.
> Because of my bad english and the late time, maybe i wasn't clear
> before.
>
> I meant repository and not project, and I meant tcp port and not ip
> address (i'm very sorry for this mistake)

Ah! That's a better question. :)

> For example: i create two different repositories on my debian box.
> Then i start svnserve daemon by:
>
> svnserver -r fileconfig -d --listen-port port
>
> Now, is it possible to bind different repository on the same tcp port?
> (this is the real question)

So, the -r option to svnserve tells it where your repository or
repositories are. So if you have multiple repositories in a
directory /path/to/repositories, you can set -r to /path/to/
repositories and access them all.

mkdir -p /path/to/repositories
cd /path/to/repositories
svnadmin create foo
svnadmin create bar
svnserve -r /path/to/repositories -d

Then you can access both of them with the URLs

svn://server/foo

and

svn://server/bar

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