1 thing it could be is that I was lazy and didn't set up a CA.
So my certs are self signed and don't match the server.
Perhaps the "certs don't match..." error is preventing this as the
script has no way of pressing accept. I'm unsure who this script
runs as anyways.
What do you think?
And is there a way of me configging SSL so that the error of non
matching certs doesn't come up?
I do plan to do a CA later this year (Its on my mile stones schedule
for this fall) however I would like to solve this now.
On Aug 2, 2007, at 5:40 AM, John Peacock wrote:
> Brian Krusic wrote:
>> Why isn't svn update working while as a post hook?
> Probably because you are trying to update a network resource which the
> Subversion service has no permission to update? Under Windows,
> services are
> [typically] executed by special local accounts, which do not have
> access to any
> networked (drive-mapped) resources. The batch file works as an
> ordinary user,
> because you have the appropriate drive map and rights to use the
> resource. The Subversion service cannot execute the same script
> because it
> doesn't have the drive map and if you added the 'net map' to the
> script, the
> service user would not have the rights in any case.
> What I do for our Windows servers is to install Cywin's sshd (SSH
> daemon), and
> then use SVN::Notify::Mirror:
> which I wrote specifically to permit complex update rules in a post-
> script (I use SVN::Notify::Config so that the script is the config
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Received on Thu Aug 2 22:15:49 2007