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OPTIONS request failed error

From: Shay Harding <sharding_at_ccbill.com>
Date: 2002-08-13 04:27:24 CEST

Ok, I am at my wits end about these problems that suddenly appeared
after upgrading to the newest Subversion (revision 2959) and Apache
(from CVS).

I keep getting the following error no matter what commands I issue:

[shayh]# svn mkdir http://localhost/repos/programmers -m "Test"
subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/util.c:332: (apr_err=20014, src_err=0)
svn: Error string not specified yet
svn: OPTIONS request failed on /repos
subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/util.c:306: (apr_err=20014, src_err=0)
svn: The OPTIONS status was 301, but expected 200.

Now this was working before I updated. I get the same error if I try to
import anything now as well.

Nothing at all appears in the Apache error log, just the above error
that gets printed to screen.

I've made sure the repository directory is owned by the Apache user (svn
in this case). I can browse to the directory just fine with lynx. I can
'su svn' and do whatever I want in the repository directory, so I know
the web server can as well since it runs as 'svn'.

I just cannot seem to find what is suddenly causing these errors. Anyone
have any ideas. The above error really isn't all that helpful and seems
to be a general error meaning 'I (being the software) have no clue what
just happened, but it was bad'.


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Received on Tue Aug 13 04:23:50 2002

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