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SVNPathAuthz and 1.1.1

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-11-05 15:12:01 CET

I have seen it mentioned that you can add this setting to your Apache
config to restore the performance of svn log:

SVNPathAuthz Off

There is no mention of this in the book anywhere. What exactly does it

I want the protection that authz provides for preventing writes to certain
folders. But I do not really care if someone can do an svn log or ls of
those folders. Is there some setting, possibly this one, that would allow
authz to still do the write protections but not do the new checking that
it does which hurts performance of svn log?



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