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Re: restricting access via http.conf (was Re: svn stability problems, was: dir duplication)

From: Blair Zajac <blair_at_orcaware.com>
Date: 2003-01-15 17:32:41 CET

solo turn wrote:
> we now tracked it down to apache access roles. this seems to be not
> "scale big" related.
> we have a role for the whole repository, and introduced a new one,
> which has only the right to work on a subtree. this made the whole
> repository behave strange:
> - checkout worked
> - commit did not
> - apache mod dav did not
> (duplicate, recursive entries)
> i post the details as soon i have them.
> i did also not yet check, if there is a known bug concerning this.
> is there any documentation, how to set up the security correctly for:
> - users with read/write for the whole repository
> - users with read for the whole repository
> - users with read for the whole rep, write for subtree
> - users with read for a subtree

You can use commit-access-control.pl for the first, second and third
of these. There's no easy way to prevent any user from reading any
part of the repository.


Blair Zajac <blair@orcaware.com>
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