On 2012/06/05, at 18:55, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 05, 2012 at 06:42:46PM +0900, Masaru Kitajima wrote:
>> I'm not sure if I have a connection problem. As "Yum" and "wget"
>> works well on the server. And I can connect to the server using
>> HTTP, FTP, and SSH.
> If I understood correctly you are having trouble connecting *from*
> the server to svn.apache.org, and that you can connect fine to
> svn.apache.org from another machine. Or did I misunderstand?
Yes, you understand correctly.
>> And I'm not behind any proxies. Only one thing which is different
>> is that it's a VPS. But the VPS has a global IP address and I can
>> configure almost everything.
> Maybe something between svn.apache.org and the VPS is interfering?
> Maybe your iptables rules on the VPS are somehow blocking or breaking
> outgoing http connections?
Well, I'll check it tomorrow as I've gotta leave my office right
now as I have an appointment tonight.
> I hope you'll find out what's wrong. I cannot think of anything
> else to suggest :(
I really appreciate your helps. I'll check iptables tomorrow.
>> Ah, I'm really confusing. Is there any specific port I should open
>> using iptables for Subversion HTTP connection besides 80?
> Subversion uses just port 80 for HTTP.
I see, thank you.
> BTW, I'm getting occasional bounces when sending replies to your posts:
> Final-Recipient: RFC822; kitajima_at_prime-kobo.com
> Action: failed
> Status: 4.4.7
> Remote-MTA: DNS; prime-kobo.com
> Diagnostic-Code: SMTP; 451 4.3.5 Server configuration error
> Last-Attempt-Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2012 11:31:05 +0200
> I don't know what this means and if it is related to the Subversion trouble
> you're having.
No, it's not related to subversion trouble. Maybe I used another e-mail
Am sorry to cause you a trouble.
Received on 2012-06-05 12:04:00 CEST