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svn update to remote web server

From: Miguel Gonzalez <miguel_3_gonzalez_at_yahoo.es>
Date: Wed, 11 Jun 2008 23:48:49 +0200 (CEST)

Hi all,

  I have the following configuration:

  https+svn server, using Active directory

  Target Apache server (not confuse it with the Apache
server running on the SVN server) running on other

  Both machines running Debian 4.0 (etch).

  I want to configure the post-commit script to update
the target web server when doing a commit on the svn

  I've read that I need to change the permissions of
the perl script of post-commit to have access to svn
and apache (some people do it using a group that has
permissions for both things).

  The repositories are created by people from a
security group called technology under AD (Active
Directory) and they inherit the permissions of the
user (including the post-commit script).

  The repos work fine if I created them with
permissions root.technology.

  What I have done is mounting through smbfs the
webserver share (Samba) with permissions for

  I still have to check with the developer if this
actually works but I wanted to ask first if there is
any more elegant way of updating after commits a
remote web server. Some people say using rsync, but
maybe other people do it differently.




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