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Re: Hook Execution with SVNServe under Win2k3

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 02:14:06 CET

Hi again Rory,

> 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.

Ahh, so it was related to the repository access method :)

> The svnaccount has full permissions on the SVNRoot and SVNWorking
> directories.

What about the program(s) being executed?

> This really boils my question down to this: What operating system privilege
> does SVNServe require to execute a hook?


"Subversion will attempt to execute hooks as the same user who
owns the process which is accessing the Subversion repository"

Also, if you're running svnserve using svnservice, have you
considered running it under a local service account?


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