Edward Bosco wrote:
> New stuff at end of original message.
> Ssl_access_log; upgraded Debian svn to 1.3.1-2
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Edward Bosco
> Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 12:05 PM
> To: 'Xn Nooby'; Mathias.Weinert@gfa-net.de
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: Can't figure out authzfile syntax for subdirectory access
> Xn Nooby, Mathias -
> Been following this thread, and implementing the path-based
> authorization. Can't get particular paths to _not_ be accessible.
> With svn 1.3.1 on a Windows XP machine, accessing an existing repository
> on a Debian Sarge server running 1.2.3, I can't keep
> a test user from accessing directories or files they ought not to be
> able to access.
> My dav_svn.conf file looks like:
> <Location /svn2>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /var/repos/repos/testrepo
> Allow from All
> Satisfy Any
> SVNPathAuthz on
> AuthType Basic
> AuthUserFile /etc/apache2/users
> AuthName "Test Repository"
> AuthzSVNAccessFile /etc/apache2/authz
> Require valid-user
please note that Xn Nooby was talking about the svnserve authz
configuration while you are using the dav_svn module.
Unfortunately I am only used to svnserve so I can't help you
> My authz file looks like:
> reatssdvp = ebosco, kwest
> testdvp = test
> * =
> @reatssdvp = rw
> Using a command line invocation of svn:
> C:\Documents and Settings\ebosco>svn ls
> https://reatss.prologic-inc.com/svn2/testrepo/core --username test
> --password test --no-auth
> I still get a listing of a directory I ought not see; same holds for svn
> log or whatever.
With svnserve it is normal that you see all directories but you
can't access them (if configured poperly).
> Any thoughts as how to proceed? Xn, were you able to limit access to
> Upgraded the Debian server svn to 1.3.1-2; still get the same symptoms;
> can't limit access to subdirectories.
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Received on Tue May 2 11:29:39 2006