Thanks a ton for your inputs.
Yes Ranier, the files have read permissions for other users.
As you suggested I have tried with the basic authentication, Require
valid-user and then AuthzSVNAccessFile. The httpd.conf has the entry as:
SVNReposName "NEO Dummy Repository"
AuthName "Subversion repository"
The contents of svn-acl file are as follows:
karthikp = wr
dummy = r
admin = wr
karthikp = r
admin = wr
It seems to work now. I think I need to remove the pre-commit hook script
which I have written in PERL if this comes in to picture.
But I have a query regarding this. Can I have the list of users in a file
and reference that so that I can only change that file instead of changing
the svn-acl file?
Thanks a lot once again.
On 8/30/07, Hari Kodungallur <firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
> On 8/30/07, p karthik <email@example.com > wrote:
> > Hi Hari/All,
> > I have noticied "access denied" message in the error log of apache.
> > [Thu Aug 30 16:50:07 2007] [error] [client <IP>] Access denied: - REPORT
> > dummy:/
> > This shows that I am not configuring properly my httpd.conf file/svn-acl
> > file.
> > Please help me in this regard.
> In this case, it looks like it is because you have limited the access to
> POST, PUT, GET and PROPFIND. You should also have one for REPORT and OPTIONS
> (they can be grouped with GET and PROPFIND).
> There can be other reasons for 403 -- incorrect password, incorrect
> configuration file that results in apache not knowing about the access etc.
> If the issue persists, my suggestion will be to start off with very basic
> authentication for everyone and then add the userfile, then the groupfile
> etc. If you have everything in place and if you get the error, any one of
> them could be the problem. So, try doing it one step at a time.
> Hope this helps.
> -Hari Kodungallur
Received on Thu Aug 30 20:41:18 2007