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Re: Subversion Access using "http" method

From: Muthaiah Ramanathan <ramthen_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-05-07 23:09:26 CEST

> 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
> by Apache.

Ok, I have now created a new repository using svnadmin
(of v1.3.0) like this:

mkdir /lnx_data/repos_holder
cd /lnx_data/repos_holder
svnadmin create test_repo_httpd

Now all these were run as user "root" and Apache
server is also started with user "root".

After this I modified the httpd.conf and re-started
the web server too.

Now accessing the repository gives the same problem:

svn ls http://localhost/svn/test_repo_httpd
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/test_repo_httpd'
svn: Can't set position pointer in file
Invalid argument

Am I missing anything here ?

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