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Re: Re[2]: More import problems (was Re: How does import work?)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2001-10-17 20:52:06 CEST

"Tony Parent" <tparent@amcc.com> writes:

> BC> On our servers, we often create an 'svn' user who owns the repo, and
> BC> we tell Apache to run as that user.
> But the apache server is running as me! Just to check, I did a
> "chmod -R a+w" on the repository directory and tried again, but got the
> same error. Is there anything else that needs to be setup in the httpd.conf
> file to allow for writes to this dir?

Um, this is a silly question, but what revision of the subversion
client/server are you using?

> I only say this as something that might be nice to look at to see how
> others are approaching the problem of distributed configuration
> management. DVS and it's server NUCM are research projects from SERL.
> (http://www.cs.colorado.edu/serl)

[head spins]

DVS looks like a web gui to me... not sure I get it.

But the whole problem of "distributed" repositories is a blue-sky
issue that we'll get to after 1.0. Can't think about it yet. :-)

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