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Can't commit new files (using apache)

From: Jonathan Webb <webbj74_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-04-22 03:32:14 CEST

Any commits that include files added with "svn add" fail:
$ svn commit -m "msg"
Adding subdir/autogen
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/local/app/trunk/subdir/autogen'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn/local/rpi_engine/trunk/pp/autogen': 403
Forbidden (http://host.domain.tld)

I can checkout from http://host.domain.tld with no problem.
I can commit pre-existing changed files to http://host.domain.tld with
no problem.
But I cannot commit a new file after an 'svn add'

When I initially created the repository I did so as user 'svn', and
imported my project using filesystem access (also as the svn user). I
subsequently configured apache to serve the repository to others on my
project team and did "chown -r apache:apache /to/my/repository"

I've got all the right apache modules loaded (shared)

My apache conf:
        <Location /svn>
                DAV svn
                SVNPath /to/my/repository

                AuthzSVNAccessFile /to/my/svn_access
                Satisfy Any
                Require valid-user
                AuthType Basic
                AuthName "My Repository"
                AuthUserFile /to/my/svn_users

me = rw

svn_users built with "htpasswd -cm me"

Any ideas? I am completely stumped.

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Received on Sun Apr 22 03:32:33 2007

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