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comment SVN parent listing returns 403 when using authz
Yeah, that does work, but I want the listing in the root of the domain (svn.exmaple.com rather than the redundant svn.example.com/svn/).
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comment SVN parent listing returns 403 when using authz
I already have SVNListParentPath On, as shown in my question. This works when AuthzSVN is disabled, but when AuthzSVN is enabled I get the 403.
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comment SVN parent listing returns 403 when using authz
I found that the "Could not open the requested SVN filesystem [500]" message was actually coming from the request for a favicon (svn.example.com/favicon.ico), I've blocked that and no longer get the above error but I still get the 403 errors
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comment SVN parent listing returns 403 when using authz
It's the root path (svn.example.com) that is causing the 403 (line from access log added to my original post). URL's that actually are reading from the SVN file system (evn.example.com/repos1) work as expected. getenforce: command not found
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comment SVN parent listing returns 403 when using authz
Thanks for your comments - I don't want any anonymous access - I want it to always prompt for a user - but I want the root to list accessible repos (i.e repos the user has permission to read). At the moment even authorised users get 403 on the parent path while repos do work. I have checked perms on /var/svn they are correct
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