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Re: bad access methods (was: 100% repeatable repo wedging)

From: Adrian Howard <adrianh_at_quietstars.com>
Date: 2004-03-04 22:26:45 CET

On 4 Mar 2004, at 20:40, Brian Mathis wrote:

> Having everyone in the svn group is not enough. The repo directory
> must also be g+s, and also owned by the svn group. All files must be
> g+w, and also umask for everyone must be 002.

Which is what I do.

> Even with all that, it might not work right.


> The only time svn+ssh and file should be used is if the repo is for a
> single user project.
> This isn't really aimed at you, but everyone using svn+ssh or file
> access methods :)

I use svn+ssh all the time for group projects. Had an existing setup
where the developers have ssh logins to the dev box to leverage. Far
easier to install and configure than Apache 2/DAV. Seems a sensible
choice to me ;-)

After setting up the permissions properly haven't had a problem since.
Is there some potential danger I'm missing that's going to bite me when
I least expect it?



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