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Error on updates/checkouts

From: Kirby C. Bohling <kbohling_at_birddog.com>
Date: 2002-02-13 23:04:38 CET

I have consistantly had problems accessing the subversion repository for
the past several days. I have a couple of patches I would like to
resync to the current version of subversion and apr, and then commit
some of the tools I have been working on to chase down apr_pool stuff to
the tools/dev directory.

I have tried to use several binaries, the one I have used successfully
in the past isn't working, so I fell back to one I built from
subversion-r909. I have seen reference to an error_log on the list, I
searched my working copy for that, and I didn't find it. The I have
searched for any file containing the string "error" in the file name and
all I get is source code.

I know there have been some problems with the repository recently, but I
get the impression other people have been successfully checking things
in and out. So I was curious about help diagnosing this problem.

Here is the command line:

svn update

Here is the error:
apr_error: #20014, src_err 0 : <Error string not specified yet>
   The REPORT status was 400, but expected 200.

Checkouts using:

svn co http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk

Works for a while eventually I get this:

(Assuming the checkout order is deterministic)
A trunk/build
A trunk/build/pycheck.py
A trunk/build/gen_base.py
A trunk/build/PrintPath
A trunk/build/buildcheck.sh
A trunk/build/win32
A trunk/build/win32/exe-template
A trunk/build/win32/neon.dsp
A trunk/build/win32/dll-template
A trunk/build/win32/build_neon.bat

svn_error: #21081 : <RA layer request failed>
   could not checkout a file

svn_error: #21081 : <RA layer request failed>
   GET request failed for

Using the repository that has no substative changes, basically my
debugging printf's in it, results in the same on output.

I can successfully cvs update apr fine. So I am assuming no local
network access issues.

Am I losing my mind, is there a problem on my end, or a problem outside
of my control? Any ideas?


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