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Re: Error on Commit (501 Method Not Implemented)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-08-04 23:26:14 CEST

On Aug 4, 2005, at 9:45 AM, dkrobbins@micron.com wrote:

> I have a user that had been able to commit files into Subversion until
> just recently. Now he cannot commit files to any repository. The error
> he gets back from Svn is "501 Method Not Implemented". If I go look at
> the Apache error log, I see the following entries for his failure:
> [Wed Aug 03 17:24:09 2005] [error] Access denied: 'migmate_sv'
> Scripts:/trunk/MigMateUpdate.pl
> [Wed Aug 03 17:24:14 2005] [error] Could not fetch resource
> information.
> [501, #0]
> [Wed Aug 03 17:24:14 2005] [error] Multi-author commits not supported.
> [501, #0]
> In case it is important, we use LDAP for authentication.
> Any ideas?

Yeah, this error means that the client changed authentication halfway
through the commit. That is, it started the commit by sending http
requests with a Basic auth header of user1, and then a few requests
later it sent a Basic auth header with a different user.

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