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Re: svn log "hangs"

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-11-06 03:14:56 CET

On Nov 5, 2004, at 7:56 PM, Mark Phippard wrote:

>>> In fact, I kind of regard it as a misfeature
>>> that one of my users might not be able to see the full history of a
>>> file
>>> because it happens to share a revision with another file they don't
>>> have
>>> access to.
>> think you guys are misunderstanding the security feature here.
> I get it, and it makes sense to be the default. As I said in my
> previous
> message, adding the directive fixes it for me. svn log is not
> protected at
> all, but the svn co and svn ci seem to be, which is all I care about.

Yeah, that behavior makes sense, I guess. "SVNPathAuthz off" disables
mod_dav_svn's ability to perform internal readability checks on any
actions that involve iterating over lots of paths (checkout, log, etc).
  But the initial incoming REPORT request (for checkouts/updates) and
incoming PUT and MERGE requests (for commits) are still directly
intercepted and authorized by mod_authz_svn at the front door.

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