Changing domain for backup svn server...
From: Bo Berglund <bo.berglund_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Aug 2019 19:14:45 +0200
About 2 years ago I have created an SVN a setup where the production server runs VisualSvn 3.7 (using svn 1.9.7 I believe) on Windows Server 16.
For backup I have set up another svn server on an Ubuntu Server 18 LTS and I am using svnsync nightly to replicate all changes from the production server to the backup.
This backup server sits in my home with a 250/100 fiber connection to the Internet so it is plenty fast even though very far away from the production server.
As the svnsync is done over the Internet I have opened the SSL port on the backup server's network router and pointed it towards the Ubuntu server. On the production system I have used a dynamic dns domain to point to the backup system.
This has worked fine but there are two issues I am not happy about:
1) The dynamic domain name starts with "home", which is what I already had. But I think I would rather have a svn.mydomain.com type address..
2) The backup server installation uses a self-signed ssl certificate...
--- Bo BerglundReceived on 2019-08-06 19:14:59 CEST
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