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Can SVN be used with RF3820 user proxy certificates?

From: Lewis E. Randerson <lranderson_at_pppl.gov>
Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 13:26:15 -0400

Operating System: RHEL Client release 5.4 (Tikanga)
Subversion version: svn, version 1.4.2 (r22196)

Is it possible to use Proxy certificates generated using
grid-proxy-init or myproxy-get-delegation with the svn command
instead of pfx or p12 files. These proxies are "RF 3820 compliant.
And the environment variable OPENSSL_ALLOW_PROXY_CERTS=1 has been set
for the Apache server.

The advantage is that private keys are not in these certificates.
and also the certificates can have a limited life span set by the user.

The disadvantage is that it looks the SVN command can not use
these certificate files and must have pfx or p12 files unless I'm
missing an option in the $HOME/.subversion/servers file.

Thanks if advance for any help.
--Lew
Lewis E. Randerson 609-243-3134 (work)
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory 609-243-3086 (fax)
Computational Plasma Physics Group
P.O. Box 451 lranderson_at_pppl.gov
Princeton, New Jersey 08543 PPPL website: www.pppl.gov

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