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removing path based authentication

From: Bakki Kudva <bakki.kudva_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-09 00:55:18 CET

My last post talked about a problem I am having committing to a repo
from a dormant project now becoming alive again. I mentioned that I
had two branches but one repo. I guess I had forgotten that I had
indeed created two repos and also added mod_authz_svn module and
AuthzSVNAccessFile directive to create r/w permissions on a per repo
basis. However after reading a bit more in the svnbook about 'Do you
really need path-based access control?" I am wondering if it might
have been a mistake and is causing the problem with the older project.

So the question I have is how to safely remove path-based access contro.

if I remove the load directive for mod_authz_svn module and
AuthzSVNAccessFile directive in the dav_svn.conf and restart apache2
will there be any problems? Am I going to break something?
I am doing everything over ssh and don't want to do something which
will require me to drive to the server.

Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated,



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