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Nov
28
comment Which simple server virtualization solution to use?
Thank you both for your advise and my apologies for the poorly stated question. I know ESXi but thought it would be overkill for my situation. I'll give it a try nevertheless. Unfortunately I want to flag this question as closed, but I can't flag a definitive answer because these are comments. I also can't delete or otherwise close this question.
Nov
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asked Which simple server virtualization solution to use?
Nov
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accepted How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?
Nov
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answered How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?
Nov
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Nov
18
comment How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?
I hate to answer my own question, but I found this interesting thread: serverfault.com/questions/11521/svnssh-security
Nov
18
comment How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?
I'm afraid this isn't really a solution to my problem, as I don't want to use the svnserve binary.
Nov
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asked How to secure svn+ssh checkout users?
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Nov
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accepted Cross-group file permissions in Linux
Nov
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comment Cross-group file permissions in Linux
This is working great! Surprising how setuid/setgid is something entirely different on directories than on executables. Thanks!
Nov
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accepted What to use for software-based shared file storage?
Nov
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comment Cross-group file permissions in Linux
I'm afraid this is not working, because the new ACL doesn't seem to apply to new files in the repo. For example, the db/revs/0/50 file is created when revision 50 is committed by Alice. Bob can't access this file as it does not have the ACL rights for Bob. Somehow the ACL needs to be made sticky or something?
Nov
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comment What to use for software-based shared file storage?
Ah yes, I understand. Great, thank you!
Nov
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answered how to configure the download speed to be really slow
Nov
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asked Cross-group file permissions in Linux
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comment What to use for software-based shared file storage?
Excuse my ignorance, but I'm afraid I don't fully understand this. In a 2-server set-up I would have 2 NFS-servers both mounting the NFS-share? Or just 1 NFS-server and 2 mounting the NFS-share? What if 1 server goes down, I need to set-up the NFS-server on the other (remaining) server?
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Nov
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comment What to use for software-based shared file storage?
Hi, thank you for your answer. Concerning your comment "If you have only two backend servers, your data is updated quite often": would this stay valid with more servers? So can we safely add 2 more servers (creating a cluster of 4)?