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Manually invoking post-commit works, svn-invoking post-commit doesn't

From: Stuart Robertson <dogmatix_at_absolutesys.com>
Date: 2004-01-09 12:02:06 CET

After upgrading to svn 0.35.1 scripts that are called from post-commit no longer return *any* information when invoked directly by svn (that is, by Apache). Previously (using svn 0.32.1) the only command that failed to return any info when directly invoked by svn was "svnlook diff" which returned no information.

Now, after upgrading to 0.35.1, "svnlook author", "svnlook log", "svnlook changed" and "svnlook diff" ALL return *nothing* whatsoever when directly invoked by svn as part of the commit. However, if I log onto to my svn server (running Redhat 9.0) and invoke post-commit using the same repos filename and revision number as the one just committed, then svnlook returns all the right information.

When I manually run the scripts, I am logged on using the same userid as what I have configured Apache to run as.

As I mentioned previously, I assumed this was some kind of delayed-writing issue caused by more aggressive caching by SVN or something, but no matter how long I make my scripts sleep before running svnlook, svnlook still returns nothing when invoked by Apache.

Any ideas or pointers?


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