I'm running subversion on Snow Leopard.
I created a repository and I, and others on the local network can access it just fine via HTTP to my local machine.
I created a new repository and others on the LAN can access it, but are denied permission to commit anything.
Everything appears the same (conf files for both have the exact same users/pwds). So I started looking at the permissions locally in OSX.
I found that the file permissions for the repository that works look like this:
_www : read & write _www : read only everyone : read only
On the one that's denying commits, the file permissions look like this:
system: read & write _www : read only everyone : read only
I created both repositories via:
sudo svnadmin create /path/to/my/repository
Any theories as to why they are being created with different file permissions?
Probably not ideal, but I can just manually grant _www read and write permissions recursively easy enough via the finder (the ol' 777 hammer). Still, I'm curious as to what I may have done that would have caused the permissions to be different in the first place.