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SVN write-through proxying and TLS

From: Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.connolly_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2009 16:47:58 +0000

Has anyone managed to get write-through proxying working with
Subversion 1.5.x and Apache 2.2.x over TLS?

We have two servers... svn-eu and svn-us...

svn-eu is the master

it is configured to only provide access through https

it is configured so that authentication is via Active Directory a.k.a
mod_authn_sasl via sasl2 with caching via LDAP to AD

We've also configured so that read access is anon, write access requires auth

We have svnsync pushing all changes from svn-eu to svn-us

Now we want to configure mod_dav_svn on svn-us to write through to svn-eu

The connection between svn-eu and svn-us needs to be https, otherwise
AD passwords would be being forwarded in the clear which is not good.

I keep on getting MKACTIVITY errors with eith a status code of 500 or
400 or other random errors... apache's logs are not very revealing,
other than hinting that I might not have configured SSLProxyEngine...
but I have SSLProxyEnginge on

Has anyone done anything like this, or am I the edge case doing debug
for everyone else?



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