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Re: "Can't read directory" - what is the way out?

From: Rick Jones <rick.jones2_at_hp.com>
Date: 2007-08-09 19:00:52 CEST

Srilakshmanan, Lakshman wrote:
> Hi Ricky,
> If this is an intermittent problem then please disregard my email.

I'm not sure if it is intermittant or not - I'm a triffle gunshy about
trying another commit :)

I'm also curious about this transaction data left behind, if there is
something I need to/should do to clean it up.

> A quick inspection shows that /svn/netperf2/db/transactions/127-1.txn is
> owned by www-data with no "w" access to "others/world".
>>www:/svn# ls -ld /svn/netperf2/db/transactions/127-1.txn
>>drwxr-sr-x 2 www-data www-data 4096 Aug 8 13:38
> I assume your apache webserver is owned by user apache.
> If the above are correct then the problem is your apache user is unable
> to write to 127-1.txn.

Well, my apache2 processes show "www-data" as the user id, so I'd think
it would be able to write.


rick jones

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