[Apologies for top post]
Rather than get another box mixed in to the problem, why not just
configure a separate IP on the box you have? Assuming it is "very high
end" you probably have this capability. We do this for most of our
This gives you the ability to associate a unique name (DNS/hostname)
with your repository, and port 80 will not be in use on your new IP.
This assumes, however, that the application currently using port 80
behaves nicely and doesn't require binding to all configured IP
addresses, and that your OS allows configuring multiple IPs on the same
From: Semburakkiannan, Raghunathan (IS Consultant)
Sent: Friday, October 16, 2009 1:48 PM
Subject: SVN URL rewrite - issue
I want to avoid a using port number along with svn URL(we have many
applications, it is very tough to remember the port#) and
checkout/check-in code. You guys may tell use port 80, so I don't have
to specify the port. Real problem is some other application already
running on port 80, so I can't change that. More over I want to use the
same box(because this is very high end with high storage machine). What
I did was installed apache http server in some other box with port# 80
and wrote URL rewriting.
e.g: RewriteRule ^svn/wmc/([^\.]+)/?$
Now the problem is, when I checkout from command window I got the msg
like 'Repository moved temporarily...".
svn: Repository moved temporarily to
in'; please relocate
Is there a way/better solution to solve this problem? Any pointers in
this regard is well appreciated.
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Received on 2009-10-16 22:49:00 CEST