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svnserve on Solaris 10

From: Robert La Ferla <robert.laferla_at_o-ms.com>
Date: Thu, 08 May 2008 14:55:29 -0400

A question and a problem...

Question: I have a Solaris 10 system that I installed svn 1.4.5 on.
Users (using TortoiseSVN on Windows) can access the subversion
repository using svn+ssh: but I don't know how this is possible when I
didn't configure svnserve. When they access svn, I can see a svnserve
-t process running under their username. However, I don't see a SMF or
inetd.conf entry for it nor do I see anything in the sshd configuration
files. How is that possible? Is the client asking the server to run

Problem: I want to also enable the "svn" protocol because (1) I want to
use a JIRA plug-in that currently doesn't support svn+ssh and (2) svn
should be somewhat faster on our LAN than svn+ssh. I know that Solaris
10 now uses SMF. I tried to install a subversion xml config from a blog
but that didn't quite work. I then created an inetd.conf entry and then
converted it using inetconv. That appears to be running but doesn't
seem to work. The TortoiseSVN client reports "Error * Connection closed
unexpectedly" Ideas??


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