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RE: Apache setup, user access

From: Dale Hirt <dale_at_sbcltd.com>
Date: 2005-09-17 18:13:58 CEST

Dave,
 
Personally, I would check out the documentation on mod_authz_svn instead of using Limit or LimitExcept.
 
http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.1/ch06s04.html#svn-ch-6-sect-4.4 then scroll down to "Per-Directory Access Control".
 
Dale

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From: Dave Pawson [mailto:dave.pawson@gmail.com]
Sent: Sat 9/17/2005 6:55 AM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Apache setup, user access

I'm getting confused with <Limit ...> and <LimitExcept ...>

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/core.html#limit

The purpose of the <Limit> directive is to restrict the effect of the
access controls to the nominated HTTP methods.

So if I have
<Limit POST PUT >
Require valid-user
</Limit>

Then the users in the passwd file will be able to PUT and POST

With LimitExcept, I'm less clear.
<LimitExcept> and </LimitExcept> are used to enclose a group of access
control directives which will then apply to any HTTP access method not
listed in the argument

So <LimitExept GET>
Require valid-user

will ... what? require a recognised user for everything except GET?

I'm trying to set up a Subversion repository which has
password protected read access, and no other access.

Any suggestions which method is appropriate please?

regards

--
Dave Pawson
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