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Problems using svnserve: Cannot open file '<path-to-repo>\db\write-lock': Permission denied.

From: Marco <teuchlfex1202_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2005-09-18 18:58:23 CEST


Today I've installed SVN 1.2.3 on Windows XP SP2, TortoiseSVN 1.2.2 and I'm
running svnserve as an Windows service using SVNService which I found at
http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#svnserve-win-service. I was able to
create a repository at v:\svn\mlm where v:\ is my partition for databases
(MySQL, some old MS VSS repos and SVN). svnserve is running with -d -r
v:\svn\ so my repo URL is svn://localhost/mlm/. But when I try to import my
files into this repo using svn import or TortoiseSVN I get the following

Add P:\www\mlm\menu.php
Add P:\www\mlm\index.php
svn: Cannot open file 'V:\svn\mlm\db\write-lock': Permission denied

The account under which the service is running has maximum rights, I also
tried Administrator account. Importing the files using file://v:/svn/mlm
works fine.

Thanks for your help.


Marco von Frieling
In den Ackern 8
27374 Wittorf
Tel.: 0 42 60 / 95 14 - 65
Mail: teuchlfex1202@gmx.de
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