On Sep 5, 2006, at 09:12, Bernd BŁttner wrote:
> I implemented a subversion server as apache module on our server.
> Next i created a repository from a client computer and imported a root
> filesystem into it (trunk,branches,tags).
> Then i tried to fill this repository with data by importing a project.
> All directories of my project and their contents are successfully
> imported; single files in the root of my project not.
> Inspecting the log-files showed me that for a single file the response
> to a PROPFIND from the server was 500. In another environment (at my
> home office) the response to the same action is 404, as i exspected.
> When i create a project which is completely under a directory tree
> i can
> import it completely successful and do a checkout. But commiting a
> change on a single file doesn't work either.
> What can I do?
> Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition Service Pack 1
> Apache 2.0.59 running as member of group SYSTEM
> apr 0.9.7
> DAV 2
> SVN 1.3.2
> LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so
> LoadModule dav_fs_module modules/mod_dav_fs.so
> LoadModule dav_svn_module "C:/Programme/Subversion/bin/
> LoadModule authz_svn_module
> # SubVersion server
> <VirtualHost *:80>
> ServerName svn.intern.mkc-gmbh.de
> ServerAlias svn
> CustomLog logs/access_svn.log combined
> <Location />
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath "e:\svn"
> SVNListParentPath on
> AuthType Basic
> AuthName "Subversion repositories"
> AuthUserFile passwd
> AuthzSVNAccessFile "c:/Programme/Subversion/svnapache.conf"
> Windows XP professional Service Pack 2
> TortoiseSVN 1.3.5
Please show us the exact Subversion commands which fail to do what
you want and the resultant error messages. (It's hard to guess.)
If you're saying that you can't import directly into http://
svn.intern.mko-gmbh.de/ (directly into e:\svn) then that's expected;
you need to specify the name of the repository into which you want to
import. http://svn.intern.mko-gmbh.de/<reponame>/<whatever>. You need
to have created that repo with "svnadmin create e:\svn\<reponame>"
first. If you don't want to have to create new repositories all the
time, consider using a single repository to store everything. Then
you'd use SVNPath in the Apache configuration, not SVNParentPath.
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Received on Tue Sep 5 11:49:35 2006