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Re: possible bug

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2006-05-30 19:43:38 CEST

Perheentupa Teemu wrote:
> Hi,
>
> we've encountered a mysterious problem while using svn server windows
> binaries. We run it on Windows 2003 Server.
> Now, for some reason only the person who has created the repository can
> commit stuff to it. Others can checkout without a hitch, but commit
> fails every single time, regardless of wheher it's from windows or linux
> client. Without any datails as of why it failed.
>
> I finally captured the packets going between client and server, and it
> appears that the initial authentication is success, but when it comes to
> handling the report, the server reports a failure and then disconnecting
> proceeds. The packet with the failure is as follows:
> ( failure ( ( 170001 0:
> 75:C:\Home\brane\src\svn\releases\subversion-1.3.1\subversion\svnserver\
> serve.c 432 ) ) )
>
>
> If I'm reading this correctly, 170001 is SVN_ERR_RA_NOT_AUTHORIZED error
> (I have no idea about the following numbers) and serve.c line 432 is
> code for returning errors encountered during report processing.
>
> I hope you can provide some help, as any would be appreciated.
>
> Teemu Perheentupa
>
[Please ask such questions on the users@subversion.tigris.org mailing list.]

Superficially, this looks like a problem with permissions on the
repository files and directories themselves (on the server's file
system, that is). But it's hard to say without more information; for
example,

    * How do your users authenticate? Do you use svn+ssh:// or just
      svn:// to access the repository?
    * What's in your svnserve.conf file?
    * Do you use BDB or FSFS for the repository back-end?

-- Brane

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