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Does SVN works like this

The answer is yes for your two questions. We also use SVN server and Tortoise together with a paid Visual Studio addin called VisualSVN which bridges Tortoise and SVN server right from within Visual ...
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Apache alias works in browser, but does not work while trying to access via svn client

The apache config file is only used when you access the repository using http or https. When you're using svn, the connection is handled by svnserve which is an entirely separate program. The ...
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Subversion 2012 server issue

This is feature of VisualSVN Server, not Subversion itself: it automatically redirects you to rich web interface with syntax highlighting, log viewer etc. You may find Subversion URL by clicking on "...
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Powershell - Invoke-command does not run the msiexec.exe

This is because you are using Kerberos authentication, and you try to perform a "double hop", and this is not possible by default with Kerberos (basically, you can authenticate to "...
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subversion intermittently hangs (stalls) on commit

Thanks to GeraldSchneider's detailed description of a similar issue I was able to identify that the problem had to do with an LDAP authentication setting known as LDAPConnectionPoolTTL. The challenge ...
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Unable to connect to a repository at URL - Versions SVN

svn://username@example.com is perfectly valid and correct URL If you can't connect to repo, it's connectivity problem, obviously. Check it by connecting to repo by hand (telnetting to host's port), if ...
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Connect to repo IP address A if it is up, else connect to repo IP address B (Client side)

This is not pure client-side solution, but it can work Create IN A records in some zone, which your hostmaster can manage, on DNS-server, which is primary-DNS for your side (worse - any remote DNS ...
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Migrating a TortoiseSVN repository to another folder

Note: You have a Subversion repository. TortoiseSVN is in the name of the client only. You have (at least) two ways of migration: Because physically the repository is just a subtree on the file ...
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Implementing and testing a Subversion hook

Is there anything that I have missed or overlooked in implementing hooks? Don't use permission 777. Sometimes this can actually be counterproductive. Some tools might not work with such suspicious ...
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Hide TortoiseSVN overlay icons everywhere

I solved this by changing "Status Cache" to "None" (as you suggest) and unchecking all "Drive Types". By default, "Fixed Drives" is checked, so icon overlays show up on C:\ and friends.
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svn+ssh protocol very slow

It's most likely an old version of SSH. This SU answer explains how to fix it. TL;DR install Cygwin and try to use the ssh version that comes with it.

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