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RE: svn automatically temporary accept for SSL key?

From: Jason Winnebeck <jpwasp_at_rit.edu>
Date: 2007-07-17 22:25:35 CEST

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From: news [mailto:news@sea.gmane.org] On Behalf Of timotheus

The purpose would be to access repository at:
but the server is a self-signed SSL certificate, hence the prompt.
No, I would not recommend automatic for remote repository either.


If that is the case, then what I did in Apache is set it up so that
there are two virtual sites in Apache. One site is HTTPS only and allows
all clients. One site is HTTP and allows connections from localhost
only. Therefore when svn is used on the development server itself we use
http://localhost, but https everywhere else. If you use HTTP you can
avoid the SSL overhead and you won't have to worry about certificates,
either. What I can't figure out by glancing at my configuration files is
if I enforced this in Apache configuration, or if I relied only on the
firewall (port 80 is blocked for all incoming traffic).


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