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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.
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.
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 ...
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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