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Hook Execution with SVNServe under Win2k3

From: Rory Clark <rory_at_clarkzoo.org>
Date: 2006-02-14 07:41:49 CET

Further updates on the post-commit hook I've been working under.

* I now have both the Repository Machine and the Remote Client Machine
are both accessing the repository via the svn:// protocol.
* Both machines now experience the same behavior.
* SVNServe runs under a specific account (svnaccount) on the
Repository Machine.
* The post-commit.cmd uses only fully qualified paths.
* The post-commit.cmd script always writes to the SVNRoot directory
with an error log that has consistent header including a date/time stamp.
* The svnaccount has full permissions on the SVNRoot and SVNWorking
directories.

If the svnaccount is a User or a Power User, the commit does not execute.
 
If the svnaccount is an Administrator, the commit does execute.
 
This really boils my question down to this: What operating system privilege
does SVNServe require to execute a hook?
 
Thanks!
Received on Tue Feb 14 07:43:25 2006

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