mod_authz_svn Configuration Directives — Apache configuration directives for configuring path-based authorization for Subversion repositories served through the Apache HTTP Server.
This section briefly describes each Apache configuration directive offered by mod_authz_svn. For an in-depth description of using path-based authorization in Subversion, see the section called “Path-Based Authorization”.
These are the
that apply to mod_authz_svn:
Lowerto perform case conversion of the specified sort on the authenticated username before checking it for authorization. While usernames are compared in a case-sensitive fashion against those referenced in the authorization rules file, this directive can at least normalize variably-cased usernames into something consistent.
file-pathfor access rules describing the permissions for paths in Subversion repository.
Offto disable two special-case behaviours of this module: interaction with the
Satisfy Anydirective and enforcement of the authorization policy even when no
Requiredirectives are present. The default value of this directive is
Offto allow access control to be passed along to lower modules. The default value of this directive is
Onto suppress authentication and authorization for requests which anonymous users are allowed to perform. The default value of this directive is