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Single Server, Multiple Repositories, Multiple Locations

From: VirGin <virgin69_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 2 Mar 2008 08:45:49 -0800

Hola Folks,

I'm sure this has been asked before. However, I haven't found the answer

Currently I have one repository that has several different projects. I
access the repository via svn:. SVN is running on one machine and the
repository is stored on another.

I would like to create multiple repositories on multiple machines but
access all of them via one server.

The -r command doesn't seem like it is going to work. At least I
haven't seen how it will without other modifications.

How can I configure the server to serve repositories that are stored
on different machines, different drives and directories?


More Info:

Current Layout:
     - Server
          - Running SVN server.
          - Has a mapped drive to a location on another machine
          - Serves the repository stored on the other machine via the
mapped drive.
     - File Server 1
          - Has a single repository containing the projects.
          - Shares the directory so 'Server' can access it.

I'd like to create another repository on a different drive on 'File
Server 1'. This repository will contain projects that are completely
unrelated to the projects in the first repository.

I'd like to create another repository on a different machine. This
will contain projects that are unrelated to either of the two

I want to access them all via a single SVN instance running on
'Server'. I can perform whatever network related configuration
modifications I need to perform in order to support this.

I Never -Try- Anything.
I Just Do It.
Wanna Try Me?
Received on 2008-03-02 17:46:09 CET

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