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Re: Problem with svn+ssh

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-02-02 03:29:32 CET

On Sun, 2004-02-01 at 19:45, Todd A. Jacobs wrote:

> svn: Permission denied
> svn: svn_io_file_open: can't open '/home/subversion/test/format'
> All repository files are owned by the "subversion" user. The repository
> is valid, and can be accessed on gateway using a path instead of a URL.
> However, the remote system can't seem to gain access. What's the best
> way to fix/debug this?

By using svn+ssh://, you're launching a temporary private 'svnserve'
process on the remotehost running as *you* (assuming that you've
authenticated to ssh as yourself.) So unless you're authenticating to
ssh as user 'subversion', of course your 'svnserve' process doesn't have
read-write access to the db files.

Have you read the 'svnserve' documentation in chapter 6 of the book? It
explains this stuff in detail.

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