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From Branko ─îibej <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Using IIS as a reverse proxy in front of Apache/SVN
Date Tue, 13 Jul 2021 13:44:20 GMT
On 10.06.2021 07:44, Daniel Sahlberg wrote:
> Den tors 10 juni 2021 kl 02:23 skrev Daniel Shahaf 
> <d.s@daniel.shahaf.name <mailto:d.s@daniel.shahaf.name>>:
>
>     Daniel Sahlberg wrote on Wed, Jun 09, 2021 at 08:18:04 +0200:
>     > Hi,
>     >
>     > We are using VisualSVN server (basically Apache 2.4.48 and
>     Subversion
>     > 1.14.1 on Windows) on https://svn.companyname.tld
>     <https://svn.companyname.tld>, listening on port 443.
>     > Currently this is on a separate server. I need to consolidate
>     the servers
>     > and would like to move Subversion to another server already
>     running IIS
>     > (serving multiple sites on both port 80 and 443).
>     >
>     > My thinking is that IIS should listen for the new hostname, do SSL
>     > offloading and forward the traffic to 127.0.0.1:[some new port
>     for Apache].
>     > I would like to avoid publishing the new port for Apache, since
>     that would
>     > mean to relocate all existing working copies.
>     >
>     > Does anyone have experience in using IIS as reverse proxy in
>     front of
>     > Apache?
>
>     Not what you asked, but running the test suite under a reverse proxy
>     configuration might be informative.
>
>
> Thanks! I will try to find some time to look at it.
>
> Thinking of it, I guess the question could be generalized as: Is it 
> possible to run Subversion behind /any/ kind of reverse proxy?

Yes, it is possible. Subversion doesn't do anything magic. Some time 
ago, many reverse/caching proxies didn't understand some of the 
DAV-related HTTP methods that Subversion uses. I'd hope this is no 
longer the case ... especially as, AFAIK, IIS can be a WebDAV server.

-- Brane

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