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Re[4]: More import problems (was Re: How does import work?)

From: Tony Parent <tparent_at_amcc.com>
Date: 2001-10-18 02:50:54 CEST

On 17 Oct 2001 13:52:06 -0500 Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net> wrote:

BC> "Tony Parent" <tparent@amcc.com> writes:
BC> > BC> On our servers, we often create an 'svn' user who owns the repo,
BC> and
BC> > BC> we tell Apache to run as that user.
BC> >
BC> > But the apache server is running as me! Just to check, I did a
BC> > "chmod -R a+w" on the repository directory and tried again, but got
BC> the
BC> > same error. Is there anything else that needs to be setup in the
BC> httpd.conf
BC> > file to allow for writes to this dir?
BC> Um, this is a silly question, but what revision of the subversion
BC> client/server are you using?

I downloaded the tarfile for one of the post milestone 3 releases, compiled
and installed that, then used it to down load the latest version. I then
compiled the latest stuff as per the instructions and installed it in a
different directory. I changed my path and LD_LIBRARY_PATH to reflect the
new install. (I also removed the old svn libraries during compile to
avoid any possible linkage problems.)

Apr and Apachie are the latest from cvs for those projects. Neon is version
0.17.1. Db stuff is 3.3.11.

I ran configure as:

./configure --with-apxs=/scratch/tparent/apache2.0/bin/apxs
--enable-maintainer-mode --prefix=/scratch/tparent/gnu2

I linked all the SVN directories to .svn because that was changed from my
original copy and tried to do an svn -up in the trunk dir and it has the
same problems, so I obviously have something wrong in the compile.

? ./notes/difftools/SVN
? ./notes/difftools/pics/SVN
? ./notes/guis/SVN
? ./notes/guis/pics/SVN
? ./notes/old/SVN

svn_error: #21073 : <RA layer's server request failed>
  The REPORT request returned invalid XML in the response: XML is not valid
(update-report found in parent document root). (/repos/svn/trunk)Trying to read doctoral theses will do that to you. :-)

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

Trying to read doctoral theses will do that to you. :-)

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

SRM is, but DVS seems to be a command line interface.

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

Understood. I was just mentioning is as "other work being done".

== Tony Parent                             AMCC FDC              ==
== Design Automation Engineer              tparent@amcc.com      ==
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