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Re: [TSVN] Unable to commit using today's nightly

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-10-11 17:59:06 CEST

2005/10/11, Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn@gmail.com>:

> > Why is an authorization required?
> Authentication: to make sure you really are who you tell you are
> Authorization : to make sure that you (really you, that's why
> authentication comes before authorization) are allowed to do what you
> want to do.

Sure, the question I meant was "why does complain about missing
authorization when the TSVN 1.2.4 did not, nor does the 1.2 command
line client. Seems something is badly broken.

> Do you use mod_autz_svn?

Yes, and our server is still on svn 1.2.3 running on apache on a
windows 2003 domain server.

> * Did you use any other nightly builds (built against Subversion 1.3)
> before and it worked? Or is this the first time you're using a nightly?

No, it is the first time I try a 1.3 nightly.

> * Is your server on a windows or linux machine?
> * Are you part of a windows domain?

Windows, yes. We use mod_auth_sspi without problem.
Ah, this could be an NTLM porblem since svn 1.3 uses the new neon lib. Maybe
The Apache error log is full of messages like
(OS 87)Falscher Parameter. : authentication failure for
"/svn/repos/!svn/act/52b0b04e-e62a-c24a-a89a-68689f41f236": user
unknown, reason: cannot generate context

I might need to play around with SSPIOfferBasic and SSPIBasicPreferred
settings, do you have more info on this topic?

However, this look like a subversion problem.

> I'm currently rebuilding TSVN, that will take about an hour or so. After
> that, I could send you a build of the CL client to try...

Thanks, I will try tomorrow.


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