HI, When I run svn up on working copy, I get an error message like: svn: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to OPTIONS request for 'http://svn.corp.mycom.com/repos/scmbbs' Environment: 1、 linux: RedHat release 4 updated 7, x86_64 2、 svn version(server and client):1.6.2~1.6.6 (I found the bug on v1.6.2 and v1.6.6) 3、 install with rpm package: CollabNetSubversion-server-1.6.6-1.x86_64.rpm\ CollabNetSubversion-client-1.6.6-1.x86_64.rpm Bug repeat step: 1. I only have have permission to access http://svn.corp.mycom.com/repos/scmbbs/trunk ,and don't have permission to access /repos/scmbbs (the root of repository) The scmbbs/ is a svn repository. This is necessary condition. 2. svn co http://svn.corp.mycom.com/repos/scmbbs/trunk . ok, it works; 3. cd trunk; There is a big directory “bundle”: [xuejiang@build trunk]$ find * bundle/ | wc -l 10128 This condition is important. 4. I remove the “dundle” for some reasons: rm –rf dundle/ 5. now, I need to get back the “dundle” for some reasons: svn up Username: xuejiang Password for 'xuejiang': A bundle A bundle/ejb A bundle/ejb/project.jelly A bundle/war/src/webroot/images/cps/login_right_bg.png A bundle/war/src/webroot/images/cps/alimm_qua2_23.gif svn: Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to OPTIONS request for ' http://svn.corp.mycom.com/repos/scmbbs' [xuejiang@build trunk]$ It’s very strange that it request the permission for /scmbbs. Note that, the files of bundle/ are normal. They do not have any svn properties. And, only some directories I deleted and then svn up cause the bug. But the bug is widespread reported to me in my company. Is there any idea?
Original issue reported by xuejiang