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Re: Locking a whole repository

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2007-06-29 02:56:56 CEST

Reinhard Brandstädter wrote:
> Hello,
> Is it possible to administratively lock a whole repository for any access?
> There are times where I want to completely lock-down a repository for people's
> access. A possible way could pe changing the permissions or removing the
> apache configuration but this is a bit too complex.
> What I had in mind was creating a "lock" file in the repository's directory so
> that only svnadmin commands work (e.g. dump and load) and when this lock file
> is removed people can access it again.
> Reinhard

If you want to still allow read-only access, you can copy /bin/false into an
unused pre-commit or start-commit script, or if you have both, just add an 'exit
1' to the top. If you want to disable all access, just move the top repository


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