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Re: empty pre-commit hook fails with svn+ssh with some accounts

From: Daniel Shahaf <d.s_at_daniel.shahaf.name>
Date: Thu, 21 Jul 2011 18:01:26 +0300

ls -ald $REPOS_DIR $REPOS_DIR/hooks/ $REPOS_DIR/hooks/pre-commit

Daniel Neuberger wrote on Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 09:36:22 -0400:
> We have a rather unique setup to meet certain requirements and as a
> result I can't get any hooks to work (even empty ones or ones that
> just exit with a zero return code).
> In short, we have a repository owned by one user that is accessed by
> tunneling over ssh to other user accounts. To get around the
> permission issues, the setuid bit is set on /usr/bin/svnserve for the
> user that owns the repository. Everything works fine except hooks
> regardless of what permissions I give them or what the script does.
> The hooks work fine though if I ssh to the user account that owns the
> repository rather than another user account (we can't operate that way
> though).
> Everything else from the other user accounts works fine. Also,
> running the pre-commit hook from the other user accounts using an
> empty environment works fine too.
> All the scripts are bash scripts. All systems are RHEL 5.5 using svn 1.4.
> Any ideas? Thanks.
> - Daniel
Received on 2011-07-21 17:02:21 CEST

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