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Re: mod_authz_svn: Failed Authorization During COPY, RENAME, MOVE (due to extra copy?)

From: Malcolm Rowe <malcolm-svn-dev_at_farside.org.uk>
Date: 2006-08-03 19:48:24 CEST

On Wed, Aug 02, 2006 at 08:41:47AM -0400, Brian Brophy wrote:
> [Sun Jul 16 22:45:14 2006] [info] Subsequent (No.26) HTTPS request
> received for child 2 (server server.abc.com:443)
> [Sun Jul 16 22:45:15 2006] [info] [client] Access granted:
> 'user123' COPY repo:/Common/Architecture/Publish/Working/hotBackup
> repo:/Common/Architecture/Publish/Working/hotBackup2
> [Sun Jul 16 22:45:15 2006] [error] [client] Access denied:
> '(null)' COPY repo:/Common/Architecture/Publish/Working/hotBackup2
> repo:/Common/Architecture/Publish/Working/hotBackup2

So if I'm reading that right, we generate two subrequests for
mod_authz_svn from one copy operation, the second of which is failing.

While I don't have a clue why the second subrequest occurs, I do note
that it also appears not to have any user associated with it.

> Please note that the log excerpt above is the result of the single copy
> command ... why does it attempt to copy from old to new (expected) but
> then also after that from new to new?

Good question; it seems wrong to me. Perhaps someone with more
mod_dav_svn experience knows a valid reason.


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