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Re: webdav configuration setup

From: Tom Hosiawa <tomek32_at_rogers.com>
Date: 2004-04-08 15:47:31 CEST

Make sure your server is running 1.0.1 if you plan to use "Satisfy Any"
> and "Require valid-user" together.
I am.

> You should be talking about paths *within* the pbAnalyzer repository.
> In other words, the /svn/pbAnalyzer is the location of the repository
> itself. Within the policy file, you should be talking about "imaginary"
> paths within particular repositories. For example, if you want the
> pbAnalyzer-dev group to have full r/w access on the entire pbAnalyzer
> repository, then you should be writing: [pbAnalyzer:/]

Thanks, didn't know that.

> > Now, I just have to make apache process switch use to the svn user when
> > accessing the repository. But its already using the its own apache user,
> > group, so is it possible for it to switch to the svn user? Or should I
> > make group owner of '/srv/svn' apache?
> Your life will be simpler if you make apache run as the 'svn' user.

Wouldn't this affect using apache for anything else other than
subversion? Either way I see it, I'd have to use mixed permission
between the subversion repository contents and web server contents
(whether its apache or svn?

I guess a third option, is to run a seperate apache process on another


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