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Re: Access to multiple repositores doesn't work well

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2010 10:45:35 +0100

On 27.03.2010 10:41, Ronnie wrote:
> There's only one server, with 1 subversion server installed on it.
>
> /svn/ is the directory that contains all the repositories.
>
> /svn/puko is one repository /svn/sandbox/ is another repository.
>
>
> So when accessing http://www.mysite.nl/svn/puko it asks for login and
> all works fine. But when I then go to the other repository via
> http://www.mysite.nl/svn/sandbox/ it tries to login with the puko
> login/password (in the background, it doesn't ask for
> login/password).
>
>
> Could this problem be related to this bug by any chance?
> http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=3242

No, that's a different issue.

Your problem is that you've set up your server wrong. Subversion stores
the authentication data for specific urls and auth realm strings.
You have to set up a different auth realm string for each of your
repositories.

Stefan

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