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Old 15th March 2006, 09:42 AM
maccy99g
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SVN Issue

Hi All,


We are having a problem in our development centre. We have installed SVN on our server running RedHat 8. SVN is now installed in our /home partition which is filled. There is a lot of free space in the / (root) partition, we would like to use this free space available. LVMS are not to be configured on ROOT partitions as reinitialisation of the Volume groups will be dangerous.

Is there any way to run another daemon or instance of SVN on a virtual IP address and then configure it to store the code repository on the / (root) partition.

Any help / info in this matter would be vaulable. Please this is urgent................


Regards,
Team Gensis
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