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Re: diagnosing "Internal Server" errors on commit

From: Rick Jones <rick.jones2_at_hp.com>
Date: 2006-05-31 19:30:16 CEST

>> tardy:/var/log/apache2# ls -ld /svn/briefs/db/transactions
>> drwxr-sr-x 2 raj raj 4096 2006-05-16 16:17 /svn/briefs/db/ transactions
>> I would have expected that after authentication the web server would
>> be uid raj? In any event I've not explictly been messing about with
>> ownership or permissions.
> Unless you've installed something special to do that, the usual
> behavior would be that the user under which Apache runs needs to have
> read/write permission to the repository.

I'm thinking that what may have changed is that the repository was
initially created "directly" via file: and now I was trying to access
via http, hence the ownership/permissions mixup.

Any idea if the error message returned gets "better" in 1.3?


rick jones

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