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Re: SVN and Debian

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-05-09 00:41:52 CEST

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> Oh! So interop between two different RA layers is not smooth, I see.
> If you could file an issue for this, that would help. I honestly
> can't promise it would get fixed before 1.0 (though I hope so), but
> this is something we should have in mind.
> If you don't have a perfect reproduction recipe, that's okay, just
> give all the information you can.

Wichert, have you looked at the 'Repository Permissions' section of
the subversion book?


Sometimes a process with a certain umask can mess up read/write
permissions on the DB files for a different process.

Although this may not be your problem; you make it sound like httpd is
somehow not closing the berkeley environment propertly, leaving a lock
behind. In my experience, I've only ever seen this when an httpd
child process outright segfaults. I wonder if your apache logs
indicate this...?

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