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AuthzSVNAccessFile: character not allowed

From: Tobias Sager <moixa_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2006-09-16 23:40:45 CEST

Hi all,

after upgrading from subversion 1.3.2 to 1.4.0 on my gentoo box, my
AuthzSVNAccessFile stopped working.

When accessing the repository through dav in apache 2.0.58 over ssl, I
get a 403 (forbidden) and this error message in my apache log:
<snip>
[Sat Sep 16 22:40:48 2006] [error] [client 192.168.11.1] Failed to load
the AuthzSVNAccessFile: The character 'm' in rule 'ssl-authority-files'
is not allowed in authz rules
[Sat Sep 16 22:40:48 2006] [error] [client 192.168.11.1] Access denied:
'foo' GET repos:/
</snip>

My access file looks like this:
<snip>
[global]
ssl-trust-default-ca = true
ssl-authority-files = /var/svn/conf/cacert3.pem
...
</snip>

As soon as I remove the two ssl-* lines, the installation works fine
again. Intrestingly enough the error message always declares the last
character on the last configuration line of the global section as
invalid (that is 'e' when I remove the ssl-authority-files line for
example).

Did I miss anything in the upgrade process? Did the configuration change?

Thanks,
Tobias

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