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Problem: No locks on network drive

From: Klaus Rogall <klaus.rogall_at_web.de>
Date: 2006-06-17 13:45:25 CEST


I created a SVN repository on a network drive. When connecting with a
client I get an error because SVN can't create a lock file. (Doing the
same on a local drive works fine, so it's definitly the network drive).

A possible solution would be to seperate the locks (and other
administration files) from the repository data.

My Question: is there a possibility to tell the SVN server to put the
lock files to a seperate place (on local drive). Or the other way: can I
create a repository on a local file, but configure the SVN server or the
repository in a way that the server expect the repository data files on
another location (network drive)? Are there any parameters I can user or
configurations I can do ("svnserve.conf" or anywhere else)?

I'm working on WinXP with SVN 1.3, the network drive simply is a
harddisk in a NAS unit.

Thanks for anyone who knows an answer.

Klaus Rogall,

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