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mod_perl2 + Apache::AuthenNTLM 2.10 + mod_dav_svn

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  • Chris Fedde
    I m seeing curious behavior on a webserver that hosts several virtual sites. All the sites use Apache::AuthenNTLM very successfully except one that hosts a
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 29 3:42 PM
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      I'm seeing curious behavior on a webserver that hosts several virtual
      sites. All the sites use Apache::AuthenNTLM very successfully except one
      that hosts a subversion repository under mod_dav_svn. It appears that all
      all operations, including ls, co, update, stat, etc operate as expected.
      all except svn commit. This operation causes the svn command line to pause
      and ask for a password. examination of the logs shows this:

      [Fri Apr 29 15:42:07 2005] [error] SMB Server connection not open in state 3 for /repos/!svn/act/9de53425-eaf5-0310-8ecf-f017e7be5f7d
      [Fri Apr 29 15:42:07 2005] [error] SMB Server connection not open in state 3 for /repos/!svn/act/9de53425-eaf5-0310-8ecf-f017e7be5f7d
      [Fri Apr 29 15:42:07 2005] [error] SMB Server connection not open in state 3 for /repos/!svn/act/9de53425-eaf5-0310-8ecf-f017e7be5f7d
      [Fri Apr 29 15:42:13 2005] [error] SMB Server connection not open in state 3 for /repos/!svn/act/9de53425-eaf5-0310-8ecf-f017e7be5f7d

      It appears that this occurs because of some fancy subrequest behavior that
      svn commit implements.

      Am I the first to see this? Is there a known solution?

      thanks

      --
      Chris Fedde
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