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Could not MERGE resource on COMMIT (Apache 2.0.55)

From: Christopher Ness <chris_at_nesser.org>
Date: 2005-12-09 22:13:57 CET

Hi all,

I have an interesting problem here. Any time I try to use subversion
1.2.x-branch with apache 2.0.55 and SSL (aka https://) I get this in the
error log when I try to commit a revision.

The revision DOES goe into the repository though, but the client doesn't
update the fact that it was successful since an error is returned.

I built the Linux binaries
svn, version 1.2.4 (dev build)
   compiled Dec 8 2005, 11:20:28


P:\ModuleTrac-SRS>svn mkdir https://servicesvn/svn/trunk/blah -m"Testing
Authentication realm: <https://servicesvn:443> Service I.T. Subversion
Password for 'cgness': **********
svn: MERGE request failed on '/svn/trunk'
svn: Can't open directory
'/svn/repositories/zenon/db/transactions/23-1.txn/transactions': No such
file or directory


Could not MERGE resource
"/svn/!svn/act/dad13bfb-137d-bc4f-8056-27bc2c18657c" into "/svn/trunk".
[409, #0]
An error occurred while committing the transaction. [409, #2]
Can't open directory
'/svn/repositories/zenon/db/transactions/22-1.txn/transactions': No such
file or directory [409, #2]

Or similar. BUT the file:// protocal works like a charm, so I'm assuming
it has something to do with DAV. The file system is owned by apache which
is the username that httpd is running as.

Any ideas what could be causing this?


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Received on Fri Dec 9 23:36:13 2005

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