(Apologies if this has appeared multiple times-- I originally posted
it on dev list when unsubscribed, then the user list, but with no
reponse-- I don't know what a typical window for a message being
moderated is, so in case it has not gone through because I was not
subscribed to dev, I'm reposting it now that I am subscribed)
I have an svn repository that was recently moved to a different
server. A user who had previously checked out a folder within the
repository was unable to relocate their copy to this new server. They
kept getting the following error:
PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/repository'
PROPFIND of '/svn/repository': 403 Forbidden ( https://domain.name )
They were able to check out a fresh copy from the new repository, but
were not able to relocate their old copy to it.
After looking in to this (and doing a little testing) It appeared that
the user could not relocate the repository unless they had permission
to read and write (possibly just read -- I only tested with both read
and write) access to the root of the repository. When I added them as
having rw permission in [/], they could relocate the repository
without any problems. I've attached some (shortened) configuration
files and log messages below. Hopefully they will help. Of note,
notice that the error.log file shows them trying to access PROPFIND on
repository:/ when they were relocating a subfolder within it.
I'm using svn version 1.4.3 on my client, and 1.3.2 on the server.
If this is a bug, do I need to do more?
If this is a misconfiguration on my part, how should I fix it?
---- Apache Config file contains:
Allow from all
AuthName "SVN Repositories"
user = rw
---- Apache error.log
[Mon Mar 05 22:21:03 2007] [error] [client xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] Access
denied: 'user' PROPFIND repository:/
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Received on Fri Mar 9 21:16:28 2007