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RE: http does not work

From: Teo Landgraf <Teo.Landgraf_at_imtech.nl>
Date: 2004-02-25 11:29:24 CET

Sorry to mail it wrongly.

however the don't believe you part was correct.
stupid me was looking at the wrong error_log :/
(i have apache 1.3 also running on port 80)

now i saw that apache2 was not running with the same
db as subversion (berkeleyDB.4.2.)
furthermore the rights were also not correct, because
i didn't change that in httpd.conf

so thanx anyway :)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ben Collins-Sussman [mailto:sussman@collab.net]
Sent: dinsdag 24 februari 2004 16:36
To: Teo Landgraf; users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: RE: http does not work

On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 09:23, Teo Landgraf wrote:
> nothing really.

Please keep this on the public list.

"Nothing really?" I don't believe you. The error you get back on the
client side *always* has an associated error in the apache errorlog.

> so i don't know what is wrong :/
> guess apache is configured right, except i have a glitch in
> subversion(?)

No, this is a classic FAQ. You probably have a permissions problem.
The fact that you're accessing the repository via svnserve, file:///,
and apache all at the same time almost guarantees a permissions problem,
unless you've been *very* careful to do all these different types of
accesses as the exact same user.

Show us the associated apache errorlog message, and show us the 'ls -l'
output of the db/ area of your repository.

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