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Subversion and mod_security

Discussion in 'Security' started by bpat1434, Jun 29, 2007.

  1. bpat1434

    bpat1434 Well-Known Member

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    I've been fighting for the last 48 hours to get SVN and Trac working properly on my server. Finally I've gotten them to where they're supposed to be. Now, when I use rapidSVN or TortoiseSVN to commit, browse, or checkout from my server, I keep getting a 406 error. I know this is mod_security because, well, it can't be anything else.

    So I googled for some help, and it gave me the typical lines of:
    Charl van Niekerk ยป Blog: Subversion & mod_security
    Wayne Graham's Blog: Subversion with mod_security

    In each of those, it gives me these lines:
    Code:
    SecFilterSelective REQUEST_METHOD "^(PROPFIND|PROPPATCH)$" allow
    SecFilterSelective REQUEST_METHOD "^(REPORT|OPTIONS)$" allow
    SecFilterSelective REQUEST_METHOD "^(MKACTIVITY|CHECKOUT)$" allow
    SecFilterSelective REQUEST_METHOD "^(PUT|DELETE|MERGE)$" allow
    So I edit my httpd.conf file in the <VirtualHost> directive for the proper directory, and restart apache.

    Now, for whatever reason, these rules don't seem to be taking effect. I still get 406 errors if I try to browse the repository (which generates a REPORT call) or commit (which generates PUT call). I'm completely at a loss here.

    Has anyone had any experience getting SVN to work with mod_security installed? I'm using mod_security v1.9.1 right now, but thinking I should probably upgrade to 2.1.1 soon. Any help is appreciated.
     
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