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Re: Issues with svn add

From: Johan Bogema <johan_at_bogema.nl>
Date: Sat, 12 Apr 2008 10:01:45 +0200

Then you have to remove the entries as given in my previous post:

> If it is a dedicated SVN server you can simply comment the
> following directives (and whatever belongs to it):
> DocumentRoot
> <Directory />
> <Directory [path/to/documentroot]>
>
> If you then have the entry <Location /> as you have your /svn now,
> it should work (at least that's how it works in my setup)

If you keep the DocumentRoot, <Directory />...</Directory> and the
<Directory /path/to/documentroot>....<Directory> parts in your config
file, it will NOT work. This is what I found out myself while trying
to get it right. If you could send your config file, I can show you
what you need to comment out.

Regards,

JB

On 11 apr 2008, at 19:35, David Rodríguez Fernández wrote:

> This is a dedicated svn server, and don't work with <Location /> but
> work with any string after the slash
>
> On Fri, Apr 11, 2008 at 2:43 PM, Johan Bogema <johan_at_bogema.nl> wrote:
> Hi David,
>
> Do you use your server to host any other website? or is it a
> dedicated SVN server? If it is a dedicated SVN server you can simply
> comment the following directives (and whatever belongs to it):
> DocumentRoot
> <Directory />
> <Directory [path/to/documentroot]>
>
> If you then have the entry <Location /> as you have your /svn now,
> it should work (at least that's how it works in my setup)
>
> Regards,
>
> JB
>
> On 11 apr 2008, at 13:54, David Rodríguez Fernández wrote:
>> Ok, I have solved the issue. My problem was that I have configured
>> apache with:
>> <Location />
>> But works with
>> <Location /svn/>
>>
>> I cannot use a whole domain for subversion?
>> This is a feature or a bug?
>>
>> On Thu, Apr 10, 2008 at 1:42 PM, David Rodríguez Fernández <davidrf_at_gmail.com
>> > wrote:
>> Hi.
>>
>> I have a Suse Linux Enterprise Server with subversion 1.4.6
>> (r28521). and apache2.
>>
>> When I create a new repository, I can add or import new files to
>> the repository once time, after this, I cannot add more files, but
>> can modify the existing files in first import:
>>
>> I create the repository in my server with:
>> svnadmin create repository
>> chown -R wwwrun:www repository
>>
>> Then in my windows pc I checkout the empty repository:
>> c.\>svn co http://subversion.company.com/repository/
>> Revisión obtenida: 0
>>
>> I copy a folder to my local copy and add the folder to repository
>> C:\>cd repository
>>
>> C:\repository>dir
>> El volumen de la unidad C no tiene etiqueta.
>> El número de serie del volumen es: 6B60-A5B6
>>
>> Directorio de C:\repository
>>
>> 10/04/2008 13:23 <DIR> .
>> 10/04/2008 13:23 <DIR> ..
>> 10/04/2008 13:23 <DIR> class
>> 0 archivos 0 bytes
>> 3 dirs 14.335.356.928 bytes libres
>>
>> C:\repository>svn add class
>> A class
>> A (bin) class\DatosVerificarClave.class
>> A (bin) class\DescifrarEnvio.class
>> A (bin) class\EnvioRHO.class
>> A (bin) class\EstructuraImagenXML.class
>> A (bin) class\Firma.class
>> A (bin) class\FirmaEnManifiesto.class
>> A (bin) class\GeneradorFichero.class
>> A (bin) class\ImagenesFirmaServlet.class
>> A (bin) class\MD5Sum$MD5State.class
>> A (bin) class\MD5Sum.class
>> A (bin) class\ObtenerConexionDB.class
>> A (bin) class\ParametrosConfiguracion.class
>> A (bin) class\RecuperaXML.class
>> A (bin) class\RegistroImagen.class
>> A (bin) class\ServicioImagenesFirma.class
>>
>> I can commit the changes and the files go to subversion server
>>
>> C:\repository>svn ci -m "Inicio"
>> Añadiendo class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\DatosVerificarClave.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\DescifrarEnvio.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\EnvioRHO.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\EstructuraImagenXML.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\Firma.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\FirmaEnManifiesto.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\GeneradorFichero.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\ImagenesFirmaServlet.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\MD5Sum$MD5State.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\MD5Sum.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\ObtenerConexionDB.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\ParametrosConfiguracion.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\RecuperaXML.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\RegistroImagen.class
>> Añadiendo(bin) class\ServicioImagenesFirma.class
>> Transmitiendo contenido de archivos ...............
>> Commit de la revisión 1.
>>
>> If I create a new file:
>> C:\repository>dir > new_file.txt
>>
>> C:\repository>svn add new_file.txt
>> A new_file.txt
>>
>> The commit fails and the file don't go to server.
>> C:\Escritorio\repository>svn ci -m "new file: new_file.txt"
>> Añadiendo new_file.txt
>> svn: Falló el commit (detalles a continuación):
>> svn: requerimiento PROPFIND falló en '/repository/new_file.txt'
>> svn: Could not open the requested SVN filesystem
>>
>> And in my apache error_log:
>> (20014)Internal error: Can't open file '/subversion/repositorio/
>> error/format': No such file or directory
>> Could not fetch resource information. [500, #0]
>> Could not open the requested SVN filesystem [500, #2]
>> Could not open the requested SVN filesystem [500, #2]
>>
>>
>> But if I modify and existing file this is send without problems:
>> C:\repository>cd class
>> C:\repository\class>dir > MD5Sum$MD5State.class
>> C:\repository\class>svn ci -m "new file: new_file.txt"
>> Enviando class\MD5Sum$MD5State.class
>> Transmitiendo contenido de archivos .
>> Commit de la revisión 2.
>>
>>
>> Any help?
>>
>> --
>> Nadie es tan joven que no se pueda morir mañana, ni tan viejo que
>> no pueda vivir un día más.
>>
>> – La Celestina (Fernando de Rojas, 1499)
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Nadie es tan joven que no se pueda morir mañana, ni tan viejo que
>> no pueda vivir un día más.
>>
>> – La Celestina (Fernando de Rojas, 1499)
>
>
>
>
> --
> Nadie es tan joven que no se pueda morir mañana, ni tan viejo que no
> pueda vivir un día más.
>
> – La Celestina (Fernando de Rojas, 1499)
Received on 2008-04-12 10:02:28 CEST

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