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Re: Svn transaction failure due to wrong permissions on creation.

From: Manuel Vacelet <manuel.vacelet_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-01-26 16:11:42 CET

2006/1/19, John Duprey <john.duprey@gmail.com>:
> Hello,
> A number of you have asked if I ever resolved the subversion
> permission problem as I reported it here:
> http://svn.haxx.se/dev/archive-2005-09/0277.shtml
> After trying several versions of Apache and Subversion (from both RPM
> and source), I resorted to a complete OS upgrade. Our admin upgraded
> from RHEL3 to RHEL4, updated the server's bios, and I reinstalled
> subversion and Apache from stock RHEL4 RPMS. Now everything works
> fine.
> After many many many months of trying to figure out what was wrong,
> this shot in the dark appears to have fixed things. Our subversion
> repository has been stable since we did this.

Hi John, lists,

I already asked users@svn list about a similar issue (see my message
here: http://svn.haxx.se/users/archive-2006-01/0101.shtml).

And today I have to admit: I'm lost.

* The problem only appears on my production server (the test one with
the same configuration & soft version is rock solid). -> Not easy for

* Apache restart seems a good therapy for this problem.

* Quick statistics do not highlight a link between the number of
access and the number of errors:
Eg. today:
4135 accesses, 3 errors
11097 accesses, 8 errors
17407 accesses, 2 errors
12672 accesses, 0 errors (yeah !)

* I restarted the production server: change nothing.

* I read subversion part of the code that create transaction
directories and -correct my if I missed sth- the only thing that can
influence directory creation (to remove execution right in my case)
apache umask.

I ready to run test in order to debug this situation, but since it is
on a production server used by hundred of people, I have to do it


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