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svn import fails for remote repository only

From: Alexis Huxley <ahuxley_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2002-04-11 09:50:45 CEST

Hi, just a short one this time :-) I got a bit further ... I can now
access local repositories. I used the following to create the single
repository in the first place:

    svnadmin create <repository_path>

and then I can import stuff in to it with:

    svn import file://<repository_path> <sources_path> <repository_subdir>

Then I did the same thing as root for creating a remotely accessible
respository - using a different path obviously :-)

    svnadmin create <repository_path>

Then I have just the following in the apache2 config:

    <Location /svn/repos>
        DAV svn
        SVNPath <repository_path>

I chown'ed the repository so the server runner has access to it.

Then as a normal user I ran:

     svn import http://localhost/repos/svn <sources_path> <repository_subdir>

But that produces:

    svn_error: #21091 : <RA layer didn't receive requested OPTIONS info>
    The OPTIONS response did not include the requested activity-collection-set.
    (Check the URL again; this often means that the URL is not WebDAV-enabled.)

In the Apache logs I see: - - [11/Apr/2002:09:39:53 +0200] "OPTIONS /repos/svn HTTP/1.1" 200 0

Now, I have *no* idea what that means :-) Does anybody else? What
is an activity-collection-set? What 'OPTIONS' info should have been
there? Why isn't Apache giving it to it? Thanks!


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