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Re: problem with windows server 2003, apache 2.2.4 and subversion 1.4.5

From: Johannes Perl <johannes.perl_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-09-24 19:38:07 CEST

> Johannes:
> When you say "not experiencing any problems with apache", you do mean
> that you can access your svn repositories via http, right? Because in
> your second paragraph it sounds like you *are* having problems!
> Is the issue with:
> a) the svnadmin client
> b) the svn client
> please circle one ;)
> Are you able to access repositories through a web browser?

Sorry. I might have expressed the problems a bit inexact.
I tried a few combinations in the hope to get everything working.

If I am using the binaries built against apache 2.2.*:
Then I've no problem with apache. Checking out, commiting, accessing repository
via browser all is working.

But then I can't create a repository. The svnadmin command then isn't really
working. As it was already said this is a known issue.

If I am using the binaries built against apache 2.0.*:
Then of course apache crashes on accessing a repository, etc. But administrative
tasks like creating a repository are working.

If I am using the binaries built against apache 2.0.*, but giving apache the
modules (mod_dav_svn.so, ...) from the binaries against 2.2.*:
Then I get the MKactivity error. But creating a repository is working.

Hope this is clear now.


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Received on Mon Sep 24 19:38:44 2007

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