We already have a svn repos on a server with a SSH authetification.
We would like not having jira and the repos on the same server. So, I took a watch at what is possible, but I'm not sure to understand everything that I 've readen.
If I use FishEye, would I be able to use my svn repos as a remote server and connect to it via SSH ? And if so, where should I install fishEye ? On the jira server? on the svn repos ?
Is there any way to connect jira to my repos without using fishEye while keeping my SSH authentification ?
Thanks for your help.
It sounds like the simplest setup would be to install FishEye on your SVN server, and link JIRA to that FishEye server.
Unfortunately, neither of the two supported methods for connceting JIRA to SVN - through FishEye or through the JIRA SVN Plugin support accessing an SVN repo over SSH. Installing FishEye on your SVN server will allow you to configure the repositories using the file:// protocol.
Everything below is tested on Ubuntu 17.10. I prefer to use Jira in a docker container because: 1. I can install Jira with a couple of commands. 2. I can start and stop Jira just by starting and s...
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