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Problem with ssh access and authz after client update to 1.5

From: Bernd Kuemmerlen <bkuemmer_at_gmx.net>
Date: Wed, 02 Jul 2008 14:37:07 +0200


we have a subversion repository running on svn 1.4, using svn+ssh as the
only access method. The repository uses the authz file to restrict
access to parts of the repository, which works fine when using a 1.4 client.

We now have the problem that when using the svn 1.5 client, access is
denied to the repository, even though it should be possible and it works
fine with 1.4.

The message I get when doing "svn update" is
> svn: Not authorized to open root of edit operation

The authz file looks like this

access_group = user1, user2, user3

* =
@access_group = rw

If I grant
* = rw
everything works fine, but this is not what we had in mind.

Can anybody shed some light on this problem?


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