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Re: Weird SVN Auth issue

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2005-12-06 22:26:31 CET

James Richardson wrote:
>> Is there anything in the error_log file?
>>
>
> No, not in the error_log. Here is what gets output into the access log
> when I try to access something with the authentication enabled:
>
> <snip>
> 10.0.1.126 - - [06/Dec/2005:14:36:39 -0600]
> "PROPFIND /svn/myrepo/branches/jrichardson HTTP/1.1" 401 484
> 10.0.1.126 - james [06/Dec/2005:14:36:41 -0600]
> "PROPFIND /svn/myrepo/branches/jrichardson HTTP/1.1" 404 313
> 10.0.1.126 - james [06/Dec/2005:14:36:41 -0600]
> "PROPFIND /svn/myrepo/branches HTTP/1.1" 404 301
> 10.0.1.126 - james [06/Dec/2005:14:36:41 -0600] "PROPFIND /svn/myrepo
> HTTP/1.1" 404 292
> 10.0.1.126 - james [06/Dec/2005:14:36:41 -0600] "PROPFIND /svn HTTP/1.1"
> 404 284
> 10.0.1.126 - - [06/Dec/2005:14:36:41 -0600] "PROPFIND / HTTP/1.1" 405
> 319
> </snip>
>
>
>> Also - and this just occurred to me - do you have this virtual host
>> embedded inside of a main configuration file that may also be listening
>> on port 80? Keep in mind that the default port is set to listen on 80
>> already.
>>
>
> This virtual host is accepting connections for the correct name (via
> name-based virtual hosts). I've got the ServerName attribute specified
> in my virtual host correctly. I've also commented out all other virtual
> hosts while trying to debug this.
>
>
>> Perhaps this is complaining based on some other conflict in your config
>> file (e.g. a <Limit> of some sort elsewhere in your file). Also - I've
>> seen it before - in testing configurations, did you create another
>> <Location> directive for this repository elsewhere? Make sure there is
>> only one.
>>
>
> No, In fact I've removed all the Limit tags. and the only Location tag I
> have is in my virtual host.
>
>
>> But definitely look in the error log to see what that is saying. It
>> should give you something more.
>>
>
> I wish it did. What is extremely odd is that it only gives the issue
> when doing an authentication.
>
>
>> Regards,
>> Frank
>>
>>
>>
What is your LISTEN value set to in your configuration file. I get a
feeling it is something simple that we can't see. Is it possible to
share your config file?

Regards,
Frank
Received on Tue Dec 6 22:30:24 2005

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