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Post-commit hook invocation fails.

From: Michael Gozzo <mgozzo_at_matrox.com>
Date: 2005-08-09 22:33:16 CEST

I have a simple post-commit script that simply echo's the passed revision parameter to a file in /tmp.
When following the procedure for hook debugging in the FAQ (su to the subversion user and env -), the script executes correctly. However, upon commits the script does not run at all.

The permissions on /tmp are 777 and echo is being invoked using an absolute call to /bin/echo. We are running svnserve on subversion 1.2. The subversion user has execute permission on the post-commit script.

Should the server be restarted after the post-commit script is created? Is there an additional configuration setting that I've overlooked?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Michael Gozzo

MIL Linux Development Intern
Matrox Imaging
1055 Blvd St. Regis
Dorval, QC
H9P 2T4
514-822-6000 x7206

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