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(OS 87) The parameter is incorrect errors, auth works but logs claim failure

From: Andrew Sternick <Andrew.Sternick_at_aquantive.com>
Date: 2007-04-11 21:25:24 CEST

I am running SVN 1.4.2 with Apache 2.0.59, and mod_auth_sspi 1.0.3, all
on Windows 2003 server. TortiseSVN is the client of choice. I am
authenticating users to my AD successfully. My <Location> is configured
like so:
 
<Location /svn/>
 DAV svn
 SVNListParentPath on
 SVNParentPath "C:/svn-repo"
 AuthType SSPI
 AuthName "Subversion Repository"
 SSPIAuth On
 SSPIAuthoritative On
 SSPIDomain MAIN
 SSPIOfferBasic On
 Require valid-user
 SSLRequireSSL
 AuthzSVNAccessFile "C:/svn-repo/auth.conf"
</Location>
 
The issue I am having is I get vast amounts of errors like this in my
apache error.log file:
 
[Wed Apr 11 11:24:12 2007] [error] [client 10.66.211.64] (OS 87)The
parameter is incorrect. : authentication failure for
"/svn/istars/!svn/vcc/default": user unknown, reason: cannot generate
context
 
No one is being denied access, it is just that these are legion in my
log file. Has anyone seen this, and successfully resolved it?

Thanks in advance,
 
Andrew Sternick
System Administrator
aQuantive, Inc.
Leading businesses in digital marketing.

 
Received on Wed Apr 11 21:25:56 2007

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