On Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 8:16 AM, Doug Robinson <doug.robinson_at_wandisco.com>
> Just as a slight possibility, you might check to see that the SELinux
> stuff is turned off (use the "sestatus" command). If it's not disabled/off
> then you're going to have to allow the http account to access that data by
> setting the appropriate security context throughout all directories from
> the root ('/') down to where the SVN data is stored in that 2nd EXT4
> partition - and then the entire SVN data tree.
Do *not* disable SELinux while debugging it. Set it to "permissive".
There have been a serious of nasty bugs when switching from "enabled" to
"disabled", the likes of which get senior sysadmins paid good money to say
that sort of things.
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