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Re: Authentication Issues

From: Stefan Kueng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2008 15:37:37 +0100

Silverman, Josh wrote:
> Stefan,
> I cleared out my working repository and recreated it. I can now log in
> via Tortoise. However, I'm still getting error messages when I try
> Subversion operations. Here is the message:
> Can't open file '<server repository path>/db/txn-current-lock':
> Permission denied
> What is this file? Can it be removed? Sometimes when I used PVCS,
> temporary lock files were created after system crashes that had to be
> removed manually -- is something of the same kind going on here?

Never, ever do anything inside a repository folder. That's internal data
and must not be messed with.

Run an
$ svnadmin recover /path/to/repository
on your server.

And then make sure that the process (either svnserve or apache) has full
write access to the repository folder and all files below it.


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