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Re: Problem accessing repository over HTTP

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-04 15:06:05 CEST

Jason Filby <jasonfilby@yahoo.com> writes:

> Hey all
> Got a problem with accessing the repository over HTTP. Here's the
> Apacahe Location setting:
> <Location /devrepos>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /app/svn/devrepos
> </Location>
> Here's the failure (Apache 2's listening on port 2000):
> [jfilby_at_Linux02 test]$ svn ls http://localhost:2000/devrepos
> svn: Bad URL passed to RA layer
> svn: No part of path '/devrepos' was found in repository HEAD.
> What am I doing wrong? Also, what does it mean by "repository HEAD"?

HEAD means, "the latest revision in the repository."

Unfortunately, that error message is vague, and is printed for any
number of random reasons.

What does your apache2/log/error_log say?

This often happens when mod_dav_svn is unable to find or open the
repository, often because the httpd process has no permissions to do

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