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Re: Multiple Users with websvn

From: Aaron Hilton <videogamer_at_shaw.ca>
Date: 2005-03-12 22:29:15 CET

Yep... the permissions access problem seems to be entirely around bdb,
and it appears fsfs was developed to solve some of that. It's possible
to allow the apache webdav access to be read-only, but only if the
repository is using fsfs.

Easy enough to change over though.. I just did it.

1) svnadmin dump > ../somefile
2) blow away your old repository directory.
3) svnadmin create --fs-type fsfs
4) svnadmin load < ../somefile


<mutters about bdb.. grr.. database log corruption.. grr..> ;)

- Aaron.

On 11-Mar-05, at 9:34 AM, Rick Wagner wrote:

> This scenario is approximate, since it was a while ago, but the
> outcome was
> that WEB updates broke the svnserve access, and would have been
> fixable if I
> could have found a umask option for the webdav(?) module. I have not
> tried
> it with fsfs, only the dbfs.

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