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Repository created on a networked file system(FSFS type) has fouled up permissions

From: John Masson <masson_at_us.ibm.com>
Date: 2006-10-06 21:57:58 CEST


I have created a repository on a networked file system(FSFS) and one of my
colleagues committed a change and now I can't commit any changes!
The repo browser shows that he is now the author of the main branch. I
can check stuff out but I cannot commit anything. The remote file
system shows that I am still the owner of all the files, however the
windows file system shows that my colleague owns the latest revision that
he checked in.
I tried changing the author in the repo browser but I cannot do that. I
used to able to edit the log messages but I cannot do that on the revisions
that he checked in. I can still edit the log messages on the older
revisions that I checked in. Is their some utility to change these
permissions? Is there some way
to make the repository ignore permissions? The network file system has its
own access control list so we don't need to have the repository worry
about it. Is this a problem with windows? I am looking to roll TSVN out
to many more of my colleages but this is a major problem I need to resolve.

I appreciate any help you can give me.
Please respond to my email address below.



John Masson
Microprocessor Test Engineer
IBM Systems & Technology Group
1000 River St. , Essex Jct., VT. 05452
Bldg 963-1, Office 9631H0940
(802)769-3408, T/L 446-3408, FAX: 769-4388
email: masson@us.ibm.com

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