> From: Ryan Schmidt [mailto:subversion-2009d_at_ryandesign.com]
> On Dec 2, 2009, at 06:14, Jason R. Coombs wrote:
> Have you already tried accessing your Apache server directly, bypassing
> the IIS proxy? The IIS part is almost certainly a unique part of your
> setup, and could well be the source of your problems.
I just ran a few more tests and confirmed that the problem does not occur
when I connect to the Apache server directly nor when I enable HTTP access
and connect to the IIS site but without SSL.
So the problem is appears to be related to the SSL handshaking between the
SlikSVN 1.6.6 build and IIS 7.
And as I mentioned before, I suspected the problem might be related to the
server as well, but since I've had this server in production for years, and
since the problem only recently emerged with the upgrade from SlikSVN 1.6.5
to 1.6.6, and since the problem does not occur with other svn 1.6.6 clients,
it is only logical to try to tackle the problem from the direction of the
primary variable - the client.
I realize that I could host my repositories elsewhere, but then I would lose
integrated authentication and free storage. I realize I could host the site
directly on Apache, but then I require additional IP infrastructure and more
complicated maintenance procedures. I could just switch to using a 32-bit
client, but then I must maintain duplicate copies of the client settings on
each of my machines (one for the 32-bit client and one for the 64-bit
Of course, what I'd prefer to do is track down what's causing the problem
and correct it.
I think with Bert's last e-mail, I should be able to replicate the build -
and with that track down the cause.
Let me know if you have any other insight into what might cause the stalls
only against an IIS 7 HTTPS session.
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Received on 2009-12-02 19:14:28 CET
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