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On Thu, 25 Nov 2010, FRLinux wrote:
> I have a new setup in the works for a standard SVN server and am
> looking into virtual users (served by either mean, such as MySQL or
> other). Does anyone have some pointers about this? Point being no
> direct access to the box obviously and a possibility to integrate that
> with Apache/WebDAV (hence my thinking of MySQL for the job).
See below for a config I have used which works pretty good. Redmine was
used for setting up and storing users. The config below just auths svn of
a MySQL database (redmine).
Let me know if you need to know any more details.
apt-get install libapache2-mod-auth-mysql
ServerAdmin root at server.com
CustomLog /var/log/apache2/svn/access.log combined
As for: /var/svn/conf/authz
# Do NOT edit this file directly on the filesystem. It's under version
# and auto-updates when changes are commited.
# This file is stored in /systems/svn/conf/authz in the repository.
sysadmin = user1, user2
team = @sysadmin, user3, user4
@sysadmin = rw
* = r
@team = rw
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