Subversion Hosting Highly available and secure

Secure and highly available Subversion hosting is critical to protecting sensitive data and ensuring continued availability of development projects. This requires encryption for secure data transfers, redundancies to minimize downtime, access controls for authorized users and regular backups. Additionally, security updates and regular system integrity checks play a crucial role in identifying and closing potential security gaps. Adequate monitoring of system performance is also important to identify and resolve bottlenecks or problems early before they can impact the availability or security of the system.
You get all of this bundled with us as Subversion hosting - a reliable environment for efficient version control.

Pricing and Plans

SVN Hosting Plans

Subversion S

  • 3000MB Space
  • up to 25 User
  • unlimited Repositories
  • 7 Day free trial
only 5.99 / Month

Subversion M

  • 15000MB Space
  • unlimited User
  • unlimited Repositories
  • Git included
  • 7 Day free trial
from 16.66/ Month*

Subversion L

  • 35000MB Space
  • Storage expandable at any time ²
  • unlimited User
  • unlimited Repositories
  • Git included
  • 7 Day free trial
from 41.66/ Month*

Subversion XL

  • 200000MB Space
  • Storage expandable at any time ²
  • unlimited User
  • unlimited Repositories
  • Git included
  • 7 Day free trial
from 249.99/ Month*

Subversion Server

  • from 500GB Space
  • Storage expandable at any time ²
  • unlimited User
  • unlimited Repositories
  • optional: sFTP/SSH Access
  • Git included
from 499.-/ Month
All prices are final prices and in euros.
After the end of the test period, you can always cancel the next extension with 30 days' notice.

We can offer SVN servers up to 5TB, we would be happy to create an individual offer for your requirements.
* At least 15% savings when paying annually compared to paying monthly.
² Storage can be increased in 1000MB increments for €1.79/month.
Subversion SERVICES

Included services

All of our SVN packages already include many features free of charge, so that you can start your projects immediately and without any worries.

Repository Management

Each SVN hosting receives its own unique URL from us. With this URL the SVN repository management can be opened and operated in the browser.
If necessary, an additional custom domain can be used in addition to our URL. You can also use your own SSL certificate.

Overview of the administration
  • Creating, editing and deleting repositories
  • Create and manage users and groups
  • Commit history and permissions at a glance
  • Setting and editing group permissions

All inclusive

In addition to the practical web interface for managing Subversion repositories, our hosting already includes many features.

All inbound and outbound traffic is included.

And if you are missing something with our Subversion service, our support can certainly help you.

  • All traffic is included
  • Unlimited users starting with Subversion M
  • Unlimited amount of repositories and permissions
  • Endless possibilities to set permissions up to the file level

Data and server security

SSL encryption is included in each of our SVN hosting packages, so the SVN host can be managed encrypted in the browser. Access to the repositories is also possible in encrypted form.
If you use your own domain, you also have the option of using your own SSL certificate.

The daily backup of all SVN data is encrypted to external systems.

  • Default SSL certificate preinstalled
  • Your own certificate can be used
  • SSL-Only can be set via our support
  • Daily backups with a 7-day retention period

Help and support

We would be happy to support you with your questions and concerns.
No matter whether it is about importing existing SVN repositories, setting up special hook scripts or other concerns.

We are happy to be there for you!

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Exclusive services from us



For secure communication between our clients and the servers, we use encryption using SSL/TLS. Access controls using username and password prevent access to confidential data.


Availability and Performance

All of our productive systems are designed with multiple redundancies so that another system can take over the services if necessary or the overall output can be increased to cope with load peaks.



Each hosting specifies the maximum number of users and available storage. However, our server structure allows both storage and the number of users to be adapted to the needs of our customers.


Daily backup

All your data is backed up daily on external servers with encrypted backups and retained for up to 7 days.


Functionality & Usability

Our easy-to-use SVN administration enables complete administration via a web browser.

No more complicated commands on the console.


Easily integrated

Our SVN hosting is standard, which is why it can be integrated into all environments. The integration can be done via the command line of a client computer or via one of the many development environments.

Simple to Manage

SVN Repositories, user and

permissions in browser

Creating and editing SVN repositories
Creating and editing SVN repositories
Setting and removing group permissions
Setting and removing group permissions
Manage users and groups
Manage users and groups
Navigate through SVN directories and files in the browser
Navigate through SVN directories and files in the browser
Commit history and permissions in one overview
Commit history and permissions in one overview

2000+ satisfied customers worldwide


satisfied customers


Subversion Accounts


active SVN projects


closed projects

* Status January 2023

Any questions?

Frequently asked questions

  • What do you need Subversion for - SVN for short?

    SVN is a version control system (VCS) and manages files of all types and directories and all changes to them. This allows you to restore any version and track changes. Subversion is available centrally in the network for all users with appropriate authorizations.

  • What can you do with SVN?

    Subversion, often abbreviated to SVN, is a version control system used to manage and track changes to files and directories. Here are some main features and use cases:

    Version control: SVN allows you to track every change to files and directories. This allows you to revert to previous versions at any time.
    Collaborative development: Multiple users can work on the same projects at the same time. Changes can be integrated and conflicts caused by concurrent changes can be resolved.
    Change history: SVN keeps a complete history of all changes, making it easy to see who changed what and when.
    Branching and tagging: Users can create alternate branches to develop new features or fix bugs without affecting the main line of code. Tags can be used to mark specific points in the development history.
    File synchronization: SVN ensures that all developers have the latest versions of files and synchronizes changes between the different working copies.
    Access control: SVN provides mechanisms for managing user rights and access controls to ensure that only authorized users can make changes.

    Overall, Subversion is a powerful tool that makes software development more efficient and secure by facilitating collaboration and management of source code and other files.

  • What is an SVN Client?

    An SVN client is software that allows users to interact with a Subversion repository. An SVN client allows users to retrieve files and directories from the repository, make changes, and upload those changes back to the repository. Main functions of an SVN client include:

    Checkout: Retrieving a working copy of a project from the repository.
    Commit: Uploading changes from the working copy back to the repository.
    Update: Synchronizing the working copy with the latest changes from the repository.
    Revert: Reverting changes in the working copy to the state in the repository.
    Merge: Merging changes from different development branches.

    Examples of SVN clients are TortoiseSVN (for Windows), SmartSVN (cross-platform), and the command line client that ships with Subversion itself.

  • What is a repository?

    An SVN repository is a central storage location for files and their version history in a project. It allows:

    Version history storage: Tracks all changes to files.
    Access control: Controls who can make changes.
    Branching and tagging: Supports development branches and tags versions.
    Transactions: Secures changes atomically to ensure data integrity.

    The repository can be accessible locally or over the network.

  • What is the difference between Subversion and Git?

    Subversion (SVN) and Git are version control systems with these main differences:
    SVN: Centralized, with a central repository.
    Git: Decentralized, everyone has a complete copy of the repository.

    How it works:
    SVN: Changes are synchronized directly to the central repository.
    Git: Changes are edited locally and synchronized later.

    Branching and merging:
    SVN: Slower and more complicated.
    Git: Fast and easy.

    SVN: Can be slower, often requires network access.
    Git: Faster, many operations are local.

    Storage requirements:
    SVN: Centralized storage requirements.
    Git: Each clone contains the entire history, but stored efficiently.

    Areas of application:
    SVN: Centralized development structures, companies.
    Git: Distributed development, open source projects.

  • How can I create a local copy?

    The easiest way to do this is with a Subversio client like TortoiseSVN. This SVN tool is available on both Linux and Windows.
    Many development environments such as Eclipse, PHPStorm or Visual Studio already have a Subversion client integrated and can carry out commits, checkouts and updates directly.
    A copy of the central repository is created on the local hard drive via a so-called checkout. This also works like this on the Linux command line:
    svn checkout
    The copy can now be changed, expanded or parts can be deleted. Only after a commit are the changes transferred to the central Subversion server and are also visible to all other users.

  • Is it possible to test Subversion hosting?

    Each of our packages can be tested thoroughly for 7 days free of charge. If you don't like our hosting, you can stop the test at any time via the customer center and all data are deleted.
    If you like our hosting, the package will automatically be converted into regular hosting after the end of the trial period and you can continue working seamlessly.

  • Where are the servers located?

    All of our servers are housed in German data centers. The data centers are certified according to ISO/IEC 27001 and therefore meet all standards regarding safety and environmental protection.

  • How secure is my uploaded data?

    All of our systems are redundantly secured against failure. In recent years we have achieved an average availability of 99.99%.
    Furthermore, all of our customer data is saved once a day with an encrypted backup on external systems. We keep the backups for 7 days and can restore the backed up data if necessary.

  • How can I create a local copy and/or update it?

    First of all, you need an SVN client on the local computer to be able to communicate with the SVN server. For Windows computers we recommend the TortoiseSVN client. The Subversion package is available under Linux. You can install this, for example, with apt install subversion.
    Now you can copy the link to the Subversion repository from the SVN administration (checkout URL). The process is called checkout and transfers the entire repository from the central repository to the local computer.
    With TortoiseSVN, a right-click in the directory tree is enough to open the checkout dialog. On Linux, go to the desired directory and enter: svn co saasurl/repositoryname my/local/path.
    You will then be asked for the user's username and password. The user should have at least read permissions to read the data. After successful transfer to your server, you will have the latest status of the repository on your computer
    If you would now like to update your local copy, i.e. add the latest changes from the server to your local copy, there is the update function.
    In Tortoise SVN all you need to do is right-click on the folder to be updated and execute the update. On Linux it works like this: svn update my/local/path.

  • Can your own domain be used for Subversion hosting?

    As long as you have access to the settings of your DNS server, which contains the zone of your desired domain, using your own domain is not a problem.
    To do this, simply enter your desired domain in the customer center and then add a CName record to your DNS server that points to the standard domain of the hosting.
    For example, if you want to use your domain instead of
    CName Record: =>
    Setting up on our site usually only takes a few hours. If your DNS record is also active, you can already access Subversion hosting with your domain.
    In the customer center you can then activate a Let's Encrypt certificate or your own certificate for the domain.

  • How can I backup an SVN repository (SVN dump)?

    The backup can be done under Linux on an SSH console using svnrdump.
    All you need is the URL of the repository and a file name under which the dump should be saved.
    svnrdump dump http://domain.tld/repo > svnexport.dump
    The created file svnexport.dump now contains all repository revisions.
    Remote export is possible with all Subversion servers from version 1.4!

  • How can I import an SVN dump?

    First of all, an empty Subversion repository must be created on the central server. Then the import can be started on the local SSH console:
    svnrdump load http://domain.tld/repo < svnexport.dump
    If a user name and password are required for the import, the command is like this:
    svnrdump load http://domain.tld/repo < svnexport.dump --username admin --password admin --non-interactive
    All revisions will now be transferred to the central server.

    However, in some cases you will get an error:
    svnrdump: E175002: DAV request failed; it's possible that the repository's pre-revprop-change hook either failed or is non-existent
    svnrdump: E175008: At least one property change failed; repository is unchanged
    svnrdump: E175002: Error setting property 'rdump-lock':
    Repository has not been enabled to accept revision propchanges;
    ask the administrator to create a pre-revprop-change hook

    In this case, a hook must be set up in the target SVN repository to enable the import.
    Of course, this is only possible if you have access to the file system of the central Subversion server.
    In this case, the executable file pre-revprop-change with exit 0 must be created in the hook directory.
    printf '#!/bin/sh\nexit 0' > pre-revprop-change && chmod +x pre-revprop-change
    The remote import should then run.
    By the way! Our hosting automatically installs the hook when creating a repository!

  • Can I integrate SVN repositories into Redmine?

    Yes, it's very easy.
    It's best to create your own Redmine user in the SVN administration.
    And add the user to the repositories you want to integrate with Redmine.
    This user only needs read permissions in the SVN repositories.

    In Redmine, now open the desired project in which you want to integrate the repository.
    Now switch to the project configuration and then select the “Repositories” tab.
    Now add a new repository. As the URL, enter the URL for the repository from the Subversion administration. For username and password, enter the previously created Redmine user.
    By clicking on create, the repository is integrated into the Redmine project.
    In the project tab “Repository” you will now see the integrated SVN.

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