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Re: files or dirs in root of repository

From: Sander <sgr_at_rotzorg.org>
Date: 2003-02-07 21:44:37 CET

Ok, the segfault can be explained with my creative apache proxying :)

I've solved the real error too: I got an HTTP 405 error on the
PROPFIND /private/cubitest

This was solved by changing the definition of the following section in
the apache2 configuration files:
<Location /private/cubitest>
  DAV svn
  SVNPath /big/svn/cubitest/

I removed the trailing / in the <Location /private/cubitest/> statement.

This is documented correctly in the Subversion book :) So it's my
mistake. (However, i remember having more problems (with the proxying)
and trailing slashes...)

Thanks for all pointers

On Fri, Feb 07, 2003 at 01:48:39AM +0000, Philip Martin wrote:
> Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk> writes:
> > I don't understand is why I cannot duplicate this on my local server.
> Hmm, when the propfind for
> http://rotzorg.org/private/cubitest/
> fails svn goes on to try
> http://rotzorg.org/private/
> and
> http://rotzorg.org/
> I see that http://rotzorg.org/ is Apache 1.3.27 and it returns success
> for the PROPFIND but doesn't return any props. That explains the
> segfault, at least in my case.
> It would explain the segfault for you as well if you do not have
> permission to PROPFIND on your repository. The Subversion FAQ lists
> all the methods that need to be supported to use Subversion. I don't
> know enough about Apache configuration to be able to advise you what
> you need to change.
> --
> Philip Martin

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