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From Masaru Kitajima <tachi.sil...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem in connecting the server
Date Sat, 02 Jun 2012 21:54:57 GMT
Stefan,

First of all, I really appreciate your continuing helps.

I'm new to subversion and server configuration, your helps
are very appreciated.

To disable /var/www/html/, is it OK to comment out the document
root setting in httpd.conf and <Direcotry /var/www/html> section?

My website location is http://www.hakodate-night.info. This is where
/var/www/html/.

And my subversion location is /var/lib/svn/ and accessible form
http://www.hakodate-night.info/svn/ikasu . "ikasu" is the real name
of project.

/var/lib/svn/ is protected by .htpasswd. If you kindly check it, I'll
disable the auth related settings for /var/lib/svn.

Anyway, I'll try to disable the /var/www/html/ first.

Thanks again,
Kindest regards,

Masaru

On 2012/06/03, at 1:07, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Sat, Jun 02, 2012 at 07:39:46PM +0900, Masaru Kitajima wrote:
>> Stefan,
>> 
>> I have one website configuration and its document root is /var/www/html/.
>> This is where I want to put the php files. No other website is configured.
>> 
>> And I want to manage there versions with subversion and its repository
>> is /lib/svn/project.
>> 
>> Do you recommend to disable /var/www/html/?
> 
> Yes. Please try to disable the other website and check if that
> makes the problem go away.
> 
> What URL do you use to access the website? Is the website at '/' ?
> 
> Please make sure that <Location /svn> and the website location do
> not overlap. Else, Apache HTTPD might mis-route requests destined
> for Subversion to the website, and vice-versa.
> 
> Qutoing http://svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.7/svn.serverconfig.httpd.html
>  Be sure that when you define your new Location, it doesn't overlap with other
>  exported locations. For example, if your main DocumentRoot is exported to /www,
>  do not export a Subversion repository in <Location /www/repos>. If a request
>  comes in for the URI /www/repos/foo.c, Apache won't know whether to look for a
>  file repos/foo.c in the DocumentRoot, or whether to delegate mod_dav_svn to
>  return foo.c from the Subversion repository. The result is often an error from
>  the server of the form 301 Moved Permanently.


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