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From Steven Simpson>
Subject svnserve not reading hooks-env?
Date Wed, 09 Nov 2016 23:45:44 GMT

I have a server set up to access multiple repositories via HTTPS and 
SSH.  The Apache configuration points to the path-based authorization 
file and the hook environment:

   AuthzSVNAccessFile /var/forge/service/svn-authz.conf
   SVNHooksEnv /etc/forge/svn-hooks-env.ini

The latter contains:


$REPOWEBMAN_CONFIG is critical to invoking hooks, and they appear to 
work when invoked via HTTPS.  I also set up the following symlinks in 
each repository:

   hooks-env -> /etc/forge/svn-hooks-env.ini
   svnserve.conf -> /etc/forge/svnserve.ini

The first is set up so that commits via <file:> URLs run hooks 
correctly.  The second file contains:

   hooks-env=/etc/forge/svn-hooks-env.ini they match the Apache configuration exactly.

To top it all off, my authorized_keys file contains the likes of:

   command="/usr/bin/svnserve -t --config-file=/etc/forge/svnserve.ini --tunnel-user=XXX -r

The SSH account is the same as the Apache account, and can read 
/etc/forge/svnserve.ini, /etc/forge/svn-hooks-env.ini, and 

svnserve reports as:

   svnserve, version 1.9.3 (r1718519)
      compiled Mar 14 2016, 07:39:01 on x86_64-pc-linux-gnu

svnadmin info on the repo I'm experimenting with says:

   Repository Format: 5
   Compatible With Version: 1.9.0
   Repository Capability: mergeinfo
   Filesystem Type: fsfs
   Filesystem Format: 7
   FSFS Sharded: yes
   FSFS Shard Size: 1000
   FSFS Shards Packed: 0/0
   FSFS Logical Addressing: no
   Configuration File: db/fsfs.conf

PROBLEM: When attempting to commit via SSH, I get errors from my scripts 
indicating that they haven't found the REPOWEBMAN_CONFIG setting, so 
they fail, and the commit fails.  HTTPS-invoked hooks work fine.  I've 
verified that the authz-db field is being read from 
/etc/forge/svnserve.ini (by pointing it at file that doesn't exist), but 
hooks-env seems to be ignored, whether it's the setting inside 
svnserve.ini or the symlink.

I temporarily replaced the start-commit script to print out env to 
stderr and fail.  When invoked over HTTPS, I see the environment 
correctly set up as per /etc/forge/svn-hooks-env.ini; when over SSH, 
only PWD, SHLVL and _ are set up.

What am I missing?  Some silly typo?



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