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Re: 400 Bad Request error from svn

From: Jean Figarella <jfigarella_at_vecna.com>
Date: 2006-08-09 21:21:37 CEST

Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
> Jean Figarella wrote:
>> Nico Kadel-Garcia wrote:
>
>>> Is the directory in the user's home directory, and is actually
>>> $HOME/local? Or is it on the local disk, outside the NFS shares? And
>>> what is the Subversion version on the old FC3 release and on the
>>> CentOS 4.3 release?
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>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Nico,
>>
>> /home is a nfs mounted dir. If I am on Fedora and I cd into
>> /home/jean/dev/ and then I do svn update everything works fine. If I
>> do the same on centos 4.3; cd /home/jean/dev and then svn update, it
>> gives me the error. But if I am still on centos and I create a /local
>> on the *local drive*, then I can check out code or documents there
>> and do everything else. Again, while I am on the nfs mounted dir it
>> does not works, once I get out of the nfs dir then it works.
>>
>> The subversion version on Fedora is 1.2.1 and in centos 4.3 it is
>> 1.1.4. I have already tried upgrading to the same subversion version
>> and to more recent ones, and that did not work.
>>
>> Hope this clarifies things up.
>
> I'm forwarding this to the list.
>
> It does make things more clear: note that with the available updates
> for FC3 and David Summer's RPM's and SRPM's for CentOS 4.x, there is
> no reason to stay with such old versions, and a good set of reasons to
> upgrade.
>
> I'm wondering about file ownership under NFS. Do both machines have
> the same UID for the same username, or does one of them by some weird
> chance have a duplicate entry for your username with a different UID?
> I've seen precisely that sort of problem in mixed environments before,
> when people were careless about adding machines to NFS services.
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Authentication is done via NIS, so uid and gid is the same under both
distributions and computers. I also checked nfs access permision on the
/etc/exports files and both computers or hosts have the same set of
permissions.

I will try to upgrade to the latest version of subversion and see how it
goes.

Thanks
Jean

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