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Opening up a second port to an instance of Subversion

From: Blakley, Nathan LCS:EX <Nathan.Blakley_at_gov.bc.ca>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 15:59:55 -0700

Hi, Please let me know of more appropriate groups or sources of info.
I have an existing instance of SVN on Apache (Windows 2003) but need to
open up a new repository, related to training materials, to a larger
audience. We do not want this audience to see the existing source code
repositories. They will only have access to the new repository. This
larger audience is currently unable able to gain any form of access to
the server upon which SVN resides. We are restricted to using a single
server, for the time being.
We are proposing to open up a single port to a provide the larger
audience with access to the new repository. This new repository would
exist in its own instance of SVN. We would need guidance as to how to
create a second SVN instance within a single Apache instance.
What do you think would be the best way to approach this problem? Are
there installation documents that specifically deal with this approach?
Received on 2008-10-29 00:27:12 CET

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