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Comitting files from network share

From: Rob Mills <rob.mills_at_sitemakers.co.uk>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2008 23:30:03 +0100


I have had quite a strange issue with using subversion. I am attempting
to use tortoisesvn (1.5) on windows (vista), the local files that i am
wanting to commit are located on a local development server running
centos linux 4.6. This is accessed via a samba share from my windows
machine. When i do an initial commit the files all transfer but the
operation fails at the end with this message or similar (the failed file
seems to be totally random):

Commit succeeded, but other errors follow:
Error bumping revisions post-commit (details follow):
In directory 'L:\MYPATH\public_html\backoffice\images\icons'
Error processing command 'committed' in
Can't move
Access is denied.

Any further commits do not recognise which files have been changed and
give an error like this:

Server sent unexpected return value (405 method not allowed) in response
to MKCOL request for

Ultimately the versioning doesn't seem to work in this environment, i
dont know if this is something as simple as file permissions / ownershop
or something altogether more complicated than that.

Would really appreciate any help on this.



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Received on 2008-07-10 01:33:17 CEST

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