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Running multiple SVN repositories using svnserve on Centos

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We set up an SVN server according to the instructions here:

http://www.civicactions.com/blog/2010/may/25/how_set_svn_repository_7_simple_steps

And it worked great, we configured two repositories on that server, which were accessible as two SVN paths e.g.

svn://server/repo1

and

svn://server/repo2

Acting normal, both on same port.

We had a power cut and the service didn't start - and came up with an error like so:

svnserve root path '/var/svn' does not exist or is not a directory

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Which has never been a used path on our system.

After messing around for ages we got the daemon to start with the command:

svnserve -d -r /repo1 

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But this only presented one repository.

How can we set up the default configuration to present both repos on the same port somehow?

It's Centos 7.
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by:gheist
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You must use apache and mod_dav_svn
(Or SVN+SSH)
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Hi there

The solution was in fact to remove the default options from /etc/sysconfig/svnserve as these were confusing the daemon.

svnserve -d with no parameters allows connections to any repositories by explicit path, which is what we wanted.
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Add at least -r /repos/ parameter and dont serve all your filesystem....
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We fixed it!
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