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Re: Subversion Windows Binary and SSPI

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-25 15:12:36 CET

Norbert Unterberg wrote:

> What version of neon has been used to build the Subversion 1.3.0
> Windows binaries?
> Probably the latest neon with SSPI enabled?
> Since I upgraded the command line client to 1.3.0, the subversion
> access still works, but our apache error log is flooded with messages
> like this:
> [Tue Jan 24 17:09:59 2006] [error] [client 10.xxx.xxx.xxx] (OS
> 87)Falscher Parameter. : authentication failure for
> "/svn/repos/!svn/bln/1228": user unknown, reason: cannot generate
> context
> The problem was the same when using TSVN 1.3.0 RC-1, but the final
> TSVN release works fine (Stefan disabled SSPI in his neon build).

Deactivate the "Guest" user on your client PC (and you *must* deactivate
it on your server, unless of course, the whole world has commit access
to your repository).

> What is your opinion on this issue? I guess this SSPI authentication
> opened a can of worms here...

That's why I asked Joe to make the SSPI authentication
runtime-configurable in neon. I guess he'll do it when he gets back.
After that's done, Subversion needs to implement this too of course.


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