mod_authz_svn.c - ReverseProxy scenario and connection caching - intermittent authentication failures
From: Torsten Krah <krah.tm_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 02 Oct 2015 14:10:59 +0200
i've got some question about the following scenario.
I've got client A, ReverseProxy B and Subversion-Server (mod_dav_svn) C.
A can reach C only via B which is a mod_proxy httpd 2.2.x server.
SVN uses an authfile configuration file which is rewritten (via atomic
Looking at the code it seems that mod_auth_svn.c does use some cache
svn_err = svn_repos_authz_read2(&access_conf, access_file,
If i am disabling KeepAlive at B it seems (test suite at least did
recommends to enable it - so it seems to me it's not the best idea.
Shouldn't mod_authz_svn detect that its cached authorization is based on
Is there some way to disable the cache on the server side C? Is that a
thanks and kind regards
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