[SAC] Static File Content Updates

Robert Bray rbray at robertbray.net
Mon Mar 5 12:05:34 EST 2007


Yes restricting access makes sense. I'll file a ticket now.


Greg Boone wrote:
> For FDO, we have HTML and non-HTML online content in the SVN under
> /www/docs/
> Greg
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frank Warmerdam (External) 
> Sent: Monday, March 05, 2007 11:44 AM
> To: System Administration Committee Discussion/OSGeo
> Cc: Greg Boone
> Subject: Re: [SAC] Static File Content Updates
> Robert Bray wrote:
>> For our static file content on fdo.osgeo.org and mapguide.osgeo.org
> are 
>> we still supposed to update the content via SVN? This is stuff like
> our 
>> auto-generated doxygen API reference. How does this stuff then get 
>> propagated to the web server? Does someone need to do a "get" on the 
>> server?
>> Would it be better just to give designated individuals on the projects
>> FTP/SCP access for uploading this content?
> Bob,
> I can setup a cron job to do svn updates of this material on a frequent
> basis - perhaps hourly?
> I think SAC's intent is to limit the number of shell accounts on the
> main
> peer1 server.
> If you would like me to setup the crontab then please file a ticket
> assigned
> to me "warmerdam".
> I assume we are mainly talking about
> /var/www/html/files/{fdo,mapguide}/docs?
> Best regards,

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