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Path Permission Frustrations

From: Matthew Boehm <matthewb_at_familytreedna.com>
Date: Tue, 08 Apr 2008 15:42:42 -0500

Hello All,
  I have a repository, myproject, at /var/svn/myproject/. My
svnserve.conf looks like this:

password-db = /var/svn/myproject/.svnpasswd
authz-db = /var/svn/myproject/authz
realm = My Project

My authz looks like this:

developers = jtrades, bblack, csmartt, ekreston
admins = jtrades

* =

@developers = rw
@admins = rw

@developers = r
@admins = rw

csmartt =

What the above attempts to accomplish:
  1) deny anon access to everything
  2) allow developers and admins rw to trunk
  3) allow developers read-only to all branches, admins rw
  4) allow developers read-only, admins rw, and deny csmartt to RELEASE-1.0

Here are the issues:

svn co svn://localhost/myproject/trunk mytrunk
Authentication realm: <svn://localhost:3690> myproject
Password for 'csmartt': XXXXX
svn: Not authorized to open root of edit operation

What does that mean? csmartt is part of the developers group and that
group has rw on /trunk so whats this mean?

Same error when csmartt tries to checkout /trunk or any other /branch.

If I alter the [/] to be * = r, then csmartt can now checkout trunk
albeit, anonymously; which we don't want.

csmartt can now also checkout RELEASE-1.0 which we want to deny.

Any ideas? Can someone provide their authz file for learning purposes?


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Received on 2008-04-08 22:43:06 CEST

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