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Mysterious hangs?

From: Sean Russell <ser_at_germane-software.com>
Date: 2001-12-19 03:35:01 CET

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I guess it is time to bug the dev list.

First off, I've been working on two distinct problems with SVN. Sander
walked me through a persistent one, having to do with incompatible DB
problems, which I'll write up; I've encountered it myself a few times, so I'm
guessing others will too along the way.

The environment I'm running is the current Apache2 from CVS (as of today) and
the same SVN (661, I believe).

Anyway, copy has never worked for me; I've added the ServerName directive to
the httpd.conf file, to no avail. The server error logs report:

[Tue Dec 18 11:39:41 2001] [error] [client] Could not fetch
resource information. [500, #0]
[Tue Dec 18 11:39:41 2001] [error] [client] could not determine
resource kind [500, #21050]
[Tue Dec 18 11:39:41 2001] [error] [client] file not found:
filesystem `/home/subversion/repos/db', revision `10', path
`/rexml/tags/1.2.3' [500, #21050]

on any sort of copy; I think this error was an attempted repos->repos copy.
I've been told that cp requires a special apache configuration, but nobody
can tell me, other than ServerName, what that is. Sander suggested I post to
the collective for an answer.

More critical is that subversion just mysteriously stopped working, after I
finally got the repository version compiled and running today. I checked
some stuff out played around; it all worked. I did some more coding and when
I tried to check stuff back in, the command hung -- for, like, 30 seconds or
so. Then I get a client-side error:

svn_error: #21075 : <RA layer's server request failed>
  The OPTIONS request failed (/svn/repos/rexml/trunk)

svn_error: #21075 : <RA layer's server request failed>
  neon: Could not read status line: connection timed out.

No error on the server side. This happens for *everything* I try; checkouts,
commits, updates... I snooped the communication; after the request is sent,
the server simply never responds.

What seems to be happening is that another httpd process is launched for each
request; they never log errors, and they never return. They just lurk.

I can, BTW, do an "svn co file:///home/subversion" locally, and that works.

Sorry to bother you all.

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