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Re: Manage Security without Restarting Apache?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-10 16:06:42 CEST

On 9/10/07, steve.craft@sungard.com <steve.craft@sungard.com> wrote:
> Using SVN through Apache with client-side certificates. Settings in
> ssl.conf (which reads client cert attributes like O or OU or etc) say who
> can get into what repository. The svnaccess text file always has "* = rw"
> for every repository so access is really just controlled through ssl.conf.
> After adding a new repository with svnadmin at the command line, the
> svnaccess file must have the new repository added, and then Apache needs to
> be restarted.

Apache shouldn't need to be restarted here, I always update my access
control and password files (I use Digest authentication, no SSL) on
the fly and have never had a problem.

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Received on Mon Sep 10 16:03:34 2007

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