On Feb 12, 2007, at 11:06, Andrew Close wrote:
> we have Apache2 setup and configured on the RH Linux box to handle our
> SVN traffic. the three required modules are loaded in Apache's
> httpd.conf file:
> LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so
> LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so
> LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so
> i also have a location directive set up:
> <Location /svn>
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath /hns/scm/repository
> SVNListParentPath on
> the permissions on the /hns/scm/repository directory are 775 and the
> apache user is a member of the group able to access those directories.
> the 'repository' directory is meant to contain several repositories,
> each of which are also set up with 775 permissions.
> i'm able to access http://10.35.2.29/svn via the web browser. i see
> the 'RSA' repository that i created using 'svnadmin create RSA';
Good, so SVNListParentPath is working.
> however, when i click on the RSA link i get the error:
> <m:human-readable errcode="160029">
> Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
Not good. :-)
> i've tried adding another location directive to my httpd.conf file
> under the first:
> <Location /RSA>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /hns/scm/repository/RSA
> but this doesn't seem to help.
You shouldn't need that, so I would remove that.
> from my local command line i've tried to 'svn import *
> http://10.35.2.29/svn/RSA' & 'http://10.35.2.29/RSA', as well as 'svn
> add * [url]' with the following error:
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on /svn [or /RSA, depending on the
> URL i tried]
> svn: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
> on the server i do see the 'conf/, dav/, db/, format/, etc...'
> directories in the RSA repository i created. each of these
> directories have 775 permissions as well.
> i should mention that my local machine is a WinXP/SP2 and i do have
> svn 1.4.3 installed locally, so the client and server versions are the
> any thoughts? suggestions? links aside from the svnbook?
> much appreciated.
Everything sounds good... Since you said you use Red Hat Linux, I
could only think to ask whether you have SELinux enabled, and if
therefore you need to do some extra stuff, as in this FAQ entry:
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Received on Mon Feb 12 23:23:14 2007