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Re: svnserve on two ports? Two svnserves?

From: Eric Hanchrow <offby1_at_blarg.net>
Date: 2007-08-25 04:43:36 CEST

>>>>> "John" == John Abraham <jabraham@ucalgary.ca> writes:

    John> Can I setup two instances of svnserve?

This is uninformed speculation, but: I suspect you can, as long as
they run with the same userID. (My reasoning is: it's perfectly fine
for multiple processes to hit one repo when people are using file://,
so I can't see why multiple svnserve processes can't also hit it).

    John> Can I have apache and svnserve, each on different ports?

I think that's also done occasionally. It's trickier, though, since
you'll have to arrange the permissions so that both apache _and_
svnserve have read and write access.

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

Oh, two separate repositories? Then there's nothing to it; just do

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