keep the thread on the list please.
On Sunday 07 May 2006 18:10, Muthaiah Ramanathan wrote:
> > Let me correct myself: your config is completely
> > broken.
> > It should look like this:
> > <Location /svn>
> > DAV svn
> > SVNParentPath /lnx_data/svnrepos
> > AuthType Basic
> > AuthName "Subversion repository"
> > AuthUserFile /etc/svn-auth-file
> > Satisfy Any
> > Require Valid-user
> > </Location>
> > This assumes that you created the repository like
> > this:
> > cd /lnx_data/svnrepos
> > svnadmin create ITPL_5star_hotel
> > you can access the repository via:
> > svn ls http://localhost/svn/ITPL_5star_hotel
> Thanks for your response.
> Yes I created the repository, in exactly the same way
> as you mentioned.
> I changed the settings in .conf and re-started the web
> server but now the problem seems to be different:
> -bash-3.00# svn info
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on
> svn: Can't set position pointer in file
> Invalid argument
Sounds like the repository is not owned by Apache. The repository must at
the very least be write-able for the Apache process, better if it is owned
> I created this repository using older version of
> Subversion and to-day I upgraded to Subversion v1.3.0
> Could this be a problem ?
Yes, probably. If it is a BDB repository is is very probable that the
upgrade broke it - since most distributions also update BDB at the same
time as subversion. If it is FSFS it depends on what version you ran
Was anything in there? If yes:
do a "svnadmin dump" with the old version, if you don't have the old version
you might try with the new one, but I doubt it would work.
Now (backup and) delete the old repository, create a new one with the new
If you made a dump put it into the new repository with the new svn (svnadmin
Received on Sun May 7 18:25:30 2006
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