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Re: Not authorized to open root of edit operation

From: Hyrum K. Wright <hyrum_wright_at_mail.utexas.edu>
Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2008 07:02:36 -0600

[ please be sure to reply to the entire list, not just me. ]

Stephen Bloch wrote:
>> What version of the client are you using?
> 1.4.2

Can you reproduce the error with the latest version of the Subversion client
and/or server?

>> What platform are you using it on?
> Linux server, I think; I've never actually seen the server face to
> face. I run clients on MacOS and on various flavors of Linux.
>> What repository access method are you using?
> I'm running an svnserve daemon. For security reasons, the server only
> accepts connections from one other specific machine, so I'm getting to
> it by ssh tunnel through that machine, but I doubt that's relevant. I
> was doing fine until I started playing with path-based access control. :-)

Good to know.

>> Knowing each of the above, along with the exact series of commands you
>> are using
>> can help us diagnose your problem.
> As I recall,...
> % svn import . svn://whatever/my-name/directory-name
> [a bunch of ADD messages]
> % cd somewhere else
> % svn co svn://whatever/my-name/directory-name
> svn: Not authorized to open root of edit operation
> Again, the problem went away when I inserted anon-access = none into the
> config file, which strikes me as bizarre.

Yeah, that does seem kinda fishy...


Received on 2008-11-21 14:03:04 CET

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