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WebDav Mac OS X problems

From: Sander Cox <sander_at_paralleldimension.nl>
Date: 2005-08-13 01:18:12 CEST


I just setup an Apache2 server for WebDav with SVN. I can read the
contents of the repository just fine but when I try to add some new
file I get an error in my apache 2 log an my Mac starts complaining:

[Sat Aug 13 01:12:05 2005] [error] [client] Failed to
create new lock. [500, #1]
[Sat Aug 13 01:12:05 2005] [error] [client] Can't chmod '/
Storage/subversion/db/locks/aeb': Operation not permitted [500, #1]
[Sat Aug 13 01:12:06 2005] [error] [client] Failed to
create new lock. [500, #1]
[Sat Aug 13 01:12:06 2005] [error] [client] Can't chmod '/
Storage/subversion/db/locks/c72': Operation not permitted [500, #1]

The /Storage/subversion/db/locks directory has 777 chmod permissions
and is owned by the account of the webserver so I don't know why it
would want to be running chmod on the file and have absolutely no
idea why it is complaining it isn't allowed to change the permissions
on the file.

I'm using apache2.0.54, subversion 1.2.1 and Mac OS X 10.4.2

Furthermore I see that Mac OS X is writing the resource forks ._xxx
files as well. Would it be possible to prevent this from happening as
I don't see need for these files for 90% of the files that are going
to be checked into subversion.

Best regards,
Sander Cox

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