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R: subversion setup

From: Busco Bruno <Busco.Bruno_at_ansaldobreda.it>
Date: 2002-09-13 16:24:32 CEST

> On Friday 13 September 2002 05:54, Busco Bruno wrote:
> > 5) issued the command "svnadmin create repo1" from the svnrepo directory
> Sorry, I just noticed that you're using SVNParentPath. Try using the URL
> /repos/repo1. Your <Location> specifies "/repos", and you created "repo1"
> under that parent.
> If that doesn't work, see my other message.
> --
> Peter Davis
        Sorry about the mess I am doing.
        I have now get it simpler:

        In the http.conf I have now removed the Alias and Directory
directives and I have only:
        <Location /svnrepo>
            DAV svn
            SVNPath "c:/svnrepo"
            Order allow,deny
            Allow from all

        On the server I have created a new repository from C:\ with the
        svnadmin create svnrepo

        OK I can see the repository on the server.

        On the client I use the command:
        svn import prova1 prova1 -m 'bruno'

        and I get the following:
        svn: RA layer request failed
        svn: OPTIONS request failed on /svnrepo
        svn: OPTIONS of /svnrepo: Could not read status line: No error

        If I give a look to the Apache error.log file on the server I find:
        [Fri Sep 13 16:18:15 2002] [error] [client] Could not
fetch resource information. [500, #0]
        [Fri Sep 13 16:18:15 2002] [error] [client] Could not
open the SVN filesystem at c:/svnrepo [500, #165005]
        [Fri Sep 13 16:18:15 2002] [error] [client] Expected
version '1' of repository; found no version at all; is `c:/svnrepo' a valid
repository path? [500, #165005]


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