So I was able to compile the SVN 1.5.2 client and tried my commit via the
write-through proxy again. It worked!
It seems like this may be related to issue #3255 (which was fixed in 1.5.2)
so you guys might want to add a warning for people using write-through
proxy. Also, I have KeepAlive On and I still had the problem.
On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 9:49 AM, David Ferguson <ferguson.david_at_gmail.com>wrote:
> I have a SVN 1.5.1 master server, a SVN 1.5.1 write-through proxy server,
> and a SVN 1.5.1 client. Both servers run Apache 2.2. When I commit
> directly to the master server, the start-commit hook script gets the
> capabilities of the client passed to it. When I commit to the write-through
> proxy, the start-commit hook script doesn't get any capabilities passed to
> it (arg 3 is empty).
> This issue seems relevant, but KeepAlive is enabled on both master and
> proxy server. From Karl's comments, the bug doesn't come into play if
> KeepAlive is On.
> I wonder if this is another naunce to #3255 that is caused by the
> write-through proxy. Has anyone else seen this problem?
> #3255 was fixed in SVN 1.5.2, but since this is a production environment
> (and I'm not the one with root priviledges), I am going to have a hard time
> trying 1.5.2 to see if it is magically fixed.
Received on 2008-09-30 17:36:42 CEST