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Why Subversion is asking me to authenticate 3 times ?

From: Xavier MOGHRABI <xavier.moghrabi_at_objectweb.org>
Date: 2005-11-29 18:01:42 CET


I'm running a subversion 1.0 installation on Debian 3.1.

Everything was fine until today. I've added a new project in my subversion
repository from a dump done by a user. The manip went fine and there was
nothing wrong.

I've noticed that after when I wanted to loggin in order to checkout a
directory using SVN+SSH, subversion asks me three times the password of my
SSH key. It seems users need to authentificate three time to access any
Subversion directory.

[moghrabi_at_baryum think]$ svn co svn+ssh://jupiter/svnroot/objectweb .
Enter passphrase for key '/home/moghrabi/.ssh/id_dsa':
Enter passphrase for key '/home/moghrabi/.ssh/id_dsa':
Enter passphrase for key '/home/moghrabi/.ssh/id_dsa':

In the auth.log file, I have the following lines that proves my public key is
accepted even for the first authentification.
Nov 29 15:48:06 jupiter sshd[28173]: Accepted publickey for moghrabi
from ::ffff: port 40159 ssh2
Nov 29 15:49:55 jupiter sshd[28243]: Accepted publickey for moghrabi
from ::ffff: port 40164 ssh2
Nov 29 15:50:01 jupiter sshd[28249]: Accepted publickey for moghrabi
from ::ffff: port 40165 ssh2

Does any body have an idea of what's going on ?

PS : 'please add my in CC of the answer'

Xavier MOGHRABI - Consortium ObjectWeb
Email: xavier.moghrabi at objectweb.org
Phone: +33 4 76 61 52 35
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Received on Tue Nov 29 18:11:38 2005

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