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Trouble accessing multiple repositories on the same server

From: Kevin M Green <kevin.green_at_smooware.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 04:54:10 CET

Hello,
I am trying to setup a second repository and I am having some trouble.

I started with a single group of developers helping with project
development.
So I set up 1 SVN repository and restricted the server to that repository.

I am running on Windows 2003 server
I am using svnserve installed as a service using svnservice.
        svnservice -install -d -r c:\svn

I created a repository (c:\svn) under version 1.1 using an FSFS back-end
Everything works fine

I upgraded to svn 1.2.3 on my Windows 2003 server
Everything works fine

I use TortoiseSVN as a client
I connect to the the svn server using SVN://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
It takes me to the tree underneath c:\svn - no problem with any access.
I have been using this setup for months without issue.

I have a new group of developers on a new project
I wish to have a separate repository from the first group.
So I created another repository c:\svn2
        svnadmin -create c:\svn2 - no problem
I edited the passwd file in config folder to create the users desired.

I stopped and removed the svn service
        svnservice -remove
I reinstalled the service and restarted it.
        svnservice -install -d
(I removed the -r c:\svn to allow access to both repositories)

Using TortoiseSVN as a client I connect to the the svn server using
SVN://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/svn
(try to get to the first repository)
The tree shows OK but I get the error below when I try to create folder

'start commit' hook failed with error output:
FINDSTR:/\ ignored
FINDSTR:/c ignored
FINDSTR:/f ignored
FINDSTR:/\ ignored
FINDSTR:/a ignored
FINDSTR:/w ignored
FINDSTR:/d ignored

Using TortoiseSVN as a client I connect to the the svn server using
SVN://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/svn2
(try to get to the second repository)
the tree shows OK but when I try to create folder I get a "read Only"
message
I have not take any action against the second reposiotry prior to this issue

I stopped and removed the svn service
        svnservice -remove
I reinstalled the service and restarted it.
        svnservice -install -d c:\svn
Everything is work OK again but I cannot get to the new repository (c:\svn2)

How do I start the server to be able to access multiple repositories?
How do I specify the URL in TortoiseSVN to access the different
repositories? (c:\svn and c:\svn2)
I saw in the book how to specify the URL if the repository is in a *NIX file
system.
But I did not see how to specify it on a Windows system.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
Kevin

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