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Use svndbadmin purge REPOS-PATH. From the output of svndbadmin when not provided any arguments: Purge information specific to the repository located at REPOS-PATH from the database. Assuming you have multiple repositories, this will allow you to purge the details for one specific repository without impacting the rest of your commit database.


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Yeah, pretty much - in the authorization file you unfortunately can't do something like utilize an LDAP group. For your sanity, you might consider automatically generating the authorization file via a configuration management tool's template system, depending on how you're currently managing the user accounts.


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You can download rpm package and install it offline. Download rpm packages for Centos 5 & Install via command line using wget -c http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el5/en/i386/extras/RPMS/mod_dav_svn-1.6.15-0.1.el5.rfx.i386.rpm wget -c http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el5/en/i386/extras/RPMS/subversion-devel-1.6.15-0.1.el5.rfx.i386.rpm wget -c ...


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A regular system-wide crontab is a specific user's crontab and it has the username field, as used by /etc/crontab. Using scripts in /etc/cron.* (hourly, daily, weekly, monthly) is a cleaner and easier way (prevents common syntax errors) of configuring crontab for root user and this is handled by run-parts which run scripts or programs in a directory. All ...



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