I set up subversion successfully for the first time on a Fedora-1 box
today but have an apache-subversion config question.
In my apache config I have:
<LimitExcept GET PROPFIND OPTIONS REPORT>
# Require SSL connection for password protection.
AuthName "Subversion Authorization Realm"
which I expected to allow anonymous read access to the repository via
and authenticated write to:
Instead I am getting PROPFIND 403 Forbidden messages from the client
and access failed: SSL connection required in my apache logs when I try
to use plain http. (https works fine on all fronts.)
Does anyone know if it's expected behavior for SSLRequireSSL to
disregard <LimitExcept>? Should I really be asking this on a mod_ssl
list? (Also -- is it silly of me to want to have identical paths for
unauthenticated and authenticated repository access? Is best practice
to have two entirely separate repositories?)
Received on Mon Dec 8 16:25:46 2003