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Old 12-26-2011, 01:56 PM
András Csányi
 
Default svn repo and apache - something went wrong

Dear All,

I have been trying to fix my svn repo for hours but I don't know what
a hell happened here.

I'm not able to commit and update my repository. I always get this
message independently I do it with simple user or root, however, it is
possible to reach my repo via file:/// protocoll.

sayusi@sa-home ~/tmpp $ svn co
http://sa-home.dyndns.org:4423/svn/DiLibSwingClient/trunk .
svn: E175013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
'http://sa-home.dyndns.org:4423/svn/DiLibSwingClient/trunk'
svn: E175013: Access to
'http://sa-home.dyndns.org:4423/svn/DiLibSwingClient/trunk' forbidden

Approximately two weeks ago I committed last time and it was ok.
The files have apache:svnusers rules. My user is belongs to "svnusers"
group. Apache is belongs to "svnusers" groups.

I was able to reach my repository through apache. The whole system was
based on this [1] tutorial. I've double checked everything but the
issue is the same. I've checked the emerge logs and in the last 2
weeks there wasn't any apache and subversion rebuild.

Does anybody have any idea what should be double checked? My system is
"~amd64" and I'm using now:
subversion 1.7.1 and apache - 2.2.21-r1

[1] - http://rockfloat.com/howto/gentoo-subversion.html

I'm appreciating any help!


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Old 12-26-2011, 03:13 PM
Michael Orlitzky
 
Default svn repo and apache - something went wrong

On 12/26/11 09:56, András Csányi wrote:
>
> I was able to reach my repository through apache. The whole system was
> based on this [1] tutorial. I've double checked everything but the
> issue is the same. I've checked the emerge logs and in the last 2
> weeks there wasn't any apache and subversion rebuild.

I wouldn't necessarily rule out an apache update. In fact, that would be
my first guess: you updated apache a month ago and only rebooted or
reloaded a few days ago.

Check your apache config to make sure that some new config file didn't
steal this path:

http://sa-home.dyndns.org:4423/svn/DiLibSwingClient/trunk

The apache access/error logs also hopefully contain some information
about what's happening.

In the past, the default vhost config file would continually get added
by portage and clobber my real default vhost. These days I just leave a
comment in there so etc-update warns me.
 
Old 01-02-2012, 01:48 PM
András Csányi
 
Default svn repo and apache - something went wrong

On 26 December 2011 17:13, Michael Orlitzky <michael@orlitzky.com> wrote:
> On 12/26/11 09:56, András Csányi wrote:
>>
>> I was able to reach my repository through apache. The whole system was
>> based on this [1] tutorial. I've double checked everything but the
>> issue is the same. I've checked the emerge logs and in the last 2
>> weeks there wasn't any apache and subversion rebuild.
>
> I wouldn't necessarily rule out an apache update. In fact, that would be
> my first guess: you updated apache a month ago and only rebooted or
> reloaded a few days ago.

Yes, something like this...

There was a change in the
/etc/apache2/modules.d/*default_settings.conf file and according to
this change everything was denied from all direction. I was not
careful when I upgraded my system just etc-upgrade and that's all. I
have spend a few hours to figure out what happened. But it worth it
because I have learn a lot.

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