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Re: Can't find a temporary directory error

From: M Kili <m0kili_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-14 23:26:59 CET

On 3/14/07, Flavio Stanchina <flavio@stanchina.net> wrote:
> 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?

I think, no error or something suspicious in the logs (LogLevel debug,
server fully stopped and restarted). I'm still able to do log and list

> 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.

Except for bunch of info messages regarding ssl there are only these 2 errors:
[Wed Mar 14 23:15:33 2007] [error] [client xx.xx.xx.xx] The state
report gatherer could not be created. [500, #20014]
[Wed Mar 14 23:15:33 2007] [error] [client xx.xx.xx.xx] Can't find a
temporary directory: Error string not specified yet [500, #20014]

> 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.

As mentioned above, done, and also numerous times before.

-- Marek

> --
> Ciao, Flavio

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