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RE: [Subclipse-users] Running the server and connecting

From: Jon-derek Castagno \(RIT Student\) <jdc3640_at_rit.edu>
Date: 2006-03-16 01:17:43 CET

Hello again. I have the general there also. I have to have something
there for authz-db. As in the
I removed that whole part so there was nothing but comments in the field
and it would not let me connect at all, so this means I need it. My URL
was kinda wrong. After I sent the e-mail I was troubleshooting till I
got this response. It did work if I did "svnserve -d -r C:\respos" to
create and then to connect I did "svn://MyHostName/folder1" that worked,
but I had imported a folder there entitled "folder1" earlier using the
command line earlier. And that worked I was able to check out a file and
edit it.
        Now a new problem occurred happened when trying to commit the
changes it says:
"org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: Authorization failed
svn:commit failed (details follow): " that's it nothing else.
So I then tried using what you just said of "svn://MyHostName/" it works
I see the folder I can check out and everything the same, and I get the
same error. Could this be related to the authz-db that I put up top? And
it is not my login/password because I can still check things out and do
things through the repository, I had it saved. Any ideas?
        I don't see how I didn't follow your instructions. The C:/respos
will hold a repository, like the main one, and if I want more I could do
"svnadmin create C:/respos/New" and that would create one there. I know
the -r means it can send out repositories below whatever I put.
        Thanks for the tip on stopping the server and making a service.
        Thanks again for your help.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markp@softlanding.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 6:33 PM
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: RE: [Subclipse-users] Running the server and connecting

> I put down for svnserve:
> anon-access = none
> auth-access = write

Make sure you also have [general] and also the item for the password

> My authz file has this in it:
> [/]
> JD=rw
> *=

I'd disable this feature until you have things working. In
do not specify a value for the authz-db.

> And Finally how do I stop the server that I ran using
> "svnserve -d -r C:\repos" I do not see it in any services or process,

Ctrl-C. Ultimately, you want to set this up to run as a Windows
Google svnserve windows service and you should get some hits. I think
TortoiseSVN docs include some links.

Ultimately, your URL is wrong. Since you did not follow my advice about
putting the repositories in a common folder, what you need to do is lose
the -r option on the command line. Then when you access the repository,
the URL will just be:


And you will not be able to host a second repository in the future
reconfiguring the command line and restructuring the on-disk location of
the repository.


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