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Re: About permission on repository

From: Martin J. Stumpf <mjs_at_jhu.edu>
Date: 2005-03-25 15:37:43 CET

Lady Tramp wrote:
 Then, when I begin
to set permission, I have some difficulty. I want the repository can
be access, read/write,
only through http/https. Then, I created a new user 'svn':'svn' and
set the repository
permission to 770. At this point, I cannot access the repository via
Apache MUST have rw access to the file trees.
I created a group called svn and added apache (the cannonical user  for httpd) to it. I then create repos with user:root group:svn and set the mode to 770 as you did. Also make the group setgid. This way I also put my uid in group svn so that I can run svnadmin on the repos.

Remember to check the apache logs after making changes. They are a great source for troubleshooting just what isn't working.

Get ci and co working without authorization first.
http anymore with
username in my AuthUserFile. I wonder, are there anyway to make apache access 
repositiory with svn previlege?

thank you


Martin J. Stumpf
Division of Medical Imaging Physics, Department of Radiology
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
601 North Caroline Street / JHOC 4230
Baltimore, Maryland 21287-0859 USA
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