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Re: Apache2 - Subversion configuration

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-07-03 15:43:41 CEST

On Jul 3, 2006, at 15:19, Keith Rogers wrote:

>>> Yes, I'd created the repository at /srv/svn/repos/project using
>>> the svnadmin command.
>>> The alias command was part of the example file I was using - I've
>>> removed it and the directory thing now.
>>> I'm fairly sure that the problem I have now (error code 2 - unable
>>> to open SVN filesystem) is due to file permissions, but even if I
>>> set full access to everyone, it still doesn't work. I've made sure
>>> that the repository is ok by using the svnlook command, and that
>>> seems ok, so I can't think what else it could be....
>> I don't recall what OS you're using... If you're using the SELinux
>> enhancement, this may be relevant:
>> http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#reposperms
>> Does the Apache error log have anything more interesting to say?
> The logs do contain some interesting info!
> According to the apache log, the problem is that it can't access
> the /srv/svn/repos/project/format file. I changed the permissions
> on this file to allow everyone read/write access, but the message
> is still appearing in the logs..

That all sounds reasonable... why isn't it working? Hmm... Are all
the directories leading up to that file (/srv, /srv/svn, /srv/svn/
repos, etc.) readable and executable by Apache?

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