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Re: Very poor performances with Apache 2.0.55

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-01-06 01:44:39 CET

On 1/5/06, Emmanuel Blot <manu.blot@gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm not actually sure how it'll behave with SVNPathAuthz off... I
> > suspect you'd have to control access at the httpd.conf level, not at
> > the mod_authz_svn config file level, but I'm not positive, I don't
> > know when SVNPathAuthz takes affect.
> Actually, I only want to give R or RW permission for each repository
> (same permissions for the whole repository, not path-related
> permissions)
> Do you suggest I'd better use the <Limit> ... </Limit> Apache2 options
> in this case ? - I'm not sure though if this is possible, as I don't
> know which WebDAV methods are used for each kind of request.

I'm saying I don't know which will work, so you should really
experiment to see if it works with the mod_authz_svn config file. If
you can just include the repository name in the [] and that lets you
control read/write access then you're all set, otherwise you need to
use <Limit>, which is described (including which webdav methods need
to be limited) in the subversion book (http://svnbook.org/).


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