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database permissions

From: Dirk van Deun <dvandeun_at_wilma.vub.ac.be>
Date: 2004-03-09 17:06:07 CET

I'd like to do access control on a svn repository by simple unix group
permissions. I can chown and chmod the files in .../db/... but I
notice that extra files get created when the repository is used (named
log.0000000002, log.0000000003,...). Those do not get the ownership
and permissions of the rest of the files. Is this fixable ?

I could ask the users to set their umask, and newgrp to the ad hoc
project group before using svn; and this is fine for developing on the
server itself, but it is impractical with svn+ssh-access.

Dirk van Deun

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