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svnserve on two ports? Two svnserves?

From: John Abraham <jabraham_at_ucalgary.ca>
Date: 2007-08-25 01:39:26 CEST

I have Subversion nicely humming along on one port (the default) for
some users on one project, but I find that other users (on another
project) can't connect to that port because of corporate firewall issues.

I'd like to keep the old clients on the regular subversion port, but
experiment with having svnserve listen on another port (perhaps 81) for
the poor clients who have to live behind a firewall with a
non-cooperative IT department.

It doesn't look like there's a way to have svnserve listen on two
ports. Can I setup two instances of svnserve?

If not, could I set up Apache to listen through different ports? Can I
have apache and svnserve, each on different ports?

Ideally the one port would only go to one repository, and the other
would only go to the other.

Also, is there any easy way to see if the port is blocked or whether the
protocol (WebDAV, right?) is blocked? Because if the protocol is
blocked it's not much use trying out different ports.

I suppose an alternative is to run one on a completely separate machine,
but that seems like a pain.

Thanks In Advance,

John Abraham
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Received on Sat Aug 25 01:36:57 2007

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