Just wanted to let everybody know how this problem got solved:
While looking at "ps aux | grep apache" I saw, that Apache was crashing
when those requests came in. I started debugging with gdb, but thought
I'd better install the mpm-prefork version (was using mpm-worker before)
of Apache to make things easier.
After that it suddenly started working...
Never knew that mod_dav_svn had problems with a threaded Apache.
Am 05.10.09 19:35, schrieb Samuel Vogel:
> Hey guys,
> I've been seeing a strange problem now for over a month.
> I tried to do the following setup:
> Nginx on port 80 to serve all static & dynamic web content and Apache
> with mod_dav_svn on port 81 for SVN access. Nginx was supposed to
> proxy svn.domain.com to localhost:81, to give us a nice SVN url.
> To eliminate nginx as an error source, I opened up Apache to the web
> on port 81, so I am accessing svn.domain.com:81 right now.
> Browsing the repository, updates and checkouts work fine. Even commits
> work, but as soon as they include a COPY action the following happens:
> # svn commit -m "Kohana 3 upload"
> Authentication realm: <http://svn.domain.com:81> redmine
> Password for 'samuel.vogel':
> Sending application/bootstrap.php
> Adding application/config/database.php
> Sending index.php
> Adding modules/product-web-www
> svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: COPY of
> '/project/!svn/bc/152/branches/kohana3/modules/product-web': Could not
> read status line: connection was closed by server
> The Apache error log stays clean, but I captured the following tcpdump
> It seems like there is simply no real response from Apache to the COPY
> I couldn't find anything about this on google, so you guys are my last
> resort to get this sorted out :)
> The server and client both run Debian. Apache on the server runs on
> Version 2.2.13 and SVN on both server and client are 1.6.4, all
> installed from the debian repos.
> Please let me know if I can provide any other useful info on this!
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Received on 2009-10-08 14:30:19 CEST