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Re: Can i read/write(based on LDAP group) to SVN without using AuthzSVNAccessFile directive

From: Kedar Sirshikar (ksirshik) <ksirshik_at_cisco.com>
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2017 16:23:39 +0000

Yes Johan, I will try and update you once I get some breakthrough
Thank you for your precious help.

On 9/6/17, 5:04 AM, "Johan Corveleyn" <jcorvel_at_gmail.com> wrote:

    On Tue, Sep 5, 2017 at 11:31 PM, Kedar Sirshikar (ksirshik)
    <ksirshik_at_cisco.com> wrote:
> Yes Brane, I changed the correct subversion configuration file
> (/etc/httpd/conf.d/subversion.conf) and I also restarted the server using
> ‘/etc/init.d/httpd restart’ command.
    Okay, please take a step back and look around for any missing clues on
    your system (we cannot do that from here).
    If I summarize correctly, you still get errors, in the httpd error
    log, with "Failed to load the AuthzSVNAccessFile: Can't open file '/
    var/www/svn/users-access-file': No such file or directory", even
    though you removed any reference of /var/www/svn/users-access-file
    from your httpd configuration (and restarted httpd).
    Clearly there must be some mixup. Apache httpd or Subversion will not
    guess that filename out of thin air, and try to access it out of their
    own initiative. There must be some remaining reference. It's up to you
    to find it. Check for other conf files that may be involved in your
    httpd configuration (one conf file can import another etc.). Perhaps
    you can grep around a bit.
Received on 2017-09-06 18:24:07 CEST

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