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Re: svn: PROPFIND request failed upon file add --HELP

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-09-01 20:38:36 CEST

Ernst Johannes wrote:

> On Sep 1, 2005, at 11:10, Frank Gruman wrote:
>> 1 - in your example above - what are your permissions on the
>> repository (all the way down to the /revs directory)? Make sure you
>> have full read and write access.
> # groups apache
> apache : apache svn
> I just checked. All directories and files are writable by group svn.
> Many (but not all) directories have the group s-bit set -- don't
> think the remaining ones need to.
>> 2 - Are you using a proxy server? I believe I have seen postings in
>> here with regard to that, too. Something about allowing those
>> methods through the proxy. The standard GET and PUT are normal
>> standards, but others are not so standard.
> No proxy. Also, for testing, I'm currently running the svn command-
> line client on the same server that hosts the repository -- but I'm
> still using http to make it similar.

Try to do one without the http protocol. Since you are doing this from
the command line, try to do a file:// access and see if it is still
occurring. At this point, I am not deep enough in the back end to be
able to tell you anything more than start removing layers. In this
case, you would be stripping out the http layer and possible issue in
Apache configuration.

After that, I am going to have to bow out and hope someone else in the
list can help. Make it an education for both of us.


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