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RE: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem [500, #2]

From: Faine, Mark <Mark.R.Faine_at_msfc.nasa.gov>
Date: 2004-10-19 16:11:49 CEST

Did you compile both of these yourself? I've had issues with precompiled
versions using different CFLAGS (e.g. 64 bit-ness of FS).


Is /svn a network mount? If so there are a wack of potential pitfalls that
stop you from getting a lock.

Nope, not a network mount.

What happens if you launch apache as the owner of the /svn tree?

Can't, privileged ports:

(13)Permission denied: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:80
(13)Permission denied: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:443

So I changed port 80 to 8080 and started apache without ssl, no change So
then I changed port 443 to 4443 and started apache with ssl, apache error:
Invalid method in request \x80g\x01\x03

It was my understanding that the user/group directives would take care of
setting the user that runs the server anyway. So it should not matter if I
start the server as root.

There is a really useful section in the book about debugging apache that I
most useful.


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