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Re: Can't find a temporary directory error

From: Flavio Stanchina <flavio_at_stanchina.net>
Date: 2007-03-14 22:22:52 CET

M Kili wrote:
> strace reveals svn tries to open files in /wwwroot/htdocs/svn/app,
> ignoring SVNPath. It still finds db directory correctly in
> /svnroot/app/db/current
> Is this a bug or is my configuration missing something?

To me it looks like apache is ignoring the svn configuration and is trying
to go straight to the file system. Maybe the dav module (or dav_svn) didn't
get loaded correctly?

Did you check the apache logs? Is there anything strange? Try doing a svn
operation while you're watching the logs with multitail or tail -f.

Try stopping and restarting apache (I mean *really* stopping and
restarting, not a quick restart): if your configuration is OK, that should
fix any problems that grew into the running apache, and if the
configuration is broken, you should get a meaningful error.

Ciao, Flavio
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Received on Wed Mar 14 22:23:18 2007

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