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Problem with per-directory access control

From: S. Vater <st.vater_at_web.de>
Date: 2006-06-27 17:46:20 CEST


I have a problem configuring the "AuthzSVNAccessFile" file.

I have different repositories in /var/lib/svn/. For one of
them I want to use the per-directory access control using the
AuthzSVNAccessFile directive.

For example: With an AuthzSVNAccessFile like
* = r

user1 = rw
In this case user1 cannot write to repos1. It seems that the [respos:path]
directive does not work correctly.

In http.conf, the configuration is like:
<Location /svn>
   DAV svn
   SVNParentPath /var/lib/svn

<Location /svn/repos1/>
   Use KerberosAuth "MYDOMAIN.COM" "BLABLA" On
   AuthzSVNAccessFile /homepath/AuthzSVNAccessFile
   Require valid-user

<Location /svn/repos2>

Can anyone tell me, what is the problem?

Regards, Stefan

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