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Re: [TSVN] Usage question... Required permissions?

From: Simon Large <slarge_at_slarge.plus.com>
Date: 2005-04-13 13:46:44 CEST

Peter Mounce wrote:
> Since I installed SVN on one of our servers (which I did as a domain
> admin) and set it up (Windows 2k3 running Apache 2.0.52), I have had
> my network permissions downgraded.
> I can no longer commit to or create repositories in the directory
> I've set up. I get this error when committing:
> Commit failed (details follow):
> Can't create directory
> 'D:\SubversionRepositories/HandsetConfig/db/transactions/31-1.txn':
> Access is denied.

For a commit isn't it the Apache process which needs permission, and not

> and this one when attempting to create a repo:
> Subversion reported an error while creating a repository!
> Make sure the folder is empty and not write protected.
> The directory that the repos are stored in is
> d:\SubVersionRepositories.
> I have full control of that directory (as in, my account,
> specifically).
> The directory is shared on the network.

TSVN Create repo would be done using a ra_local access, so in that case
you should have write permission. Can you create normal files and
folders OK? Has someone forgotten to propagate permissions down through
the sub-folders?


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