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Re: 'commit' on different host to 'co', working copy on NFS

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-01 22:15:27 CEST

Alexis Huxley <ahuxley@gmx.net> writes:

> Hi again :-)
> I 'co'ed my stuff from the same host I'm running apache on, using a
> uri http://localhost/svn/alexishp, and I 'co'ed it to under my home.
> Then I moved to a different computer, made a change and tried to
> commit it. But I got the error message:
> svn_error: #21088 : <RA layer request failed>
> Commit failed (details follow):
> svn_error: #21088 : <RA layer request failed>
> OPTIONS request failed on /svn/alexishp/common
> svn_error: #21088 : <RA layer request failed>
> OPTIONS of /svn/alexishp/common: could not connect to server
> Of course, when I go back to the original host (only on the other
> side of the room in this case :-) then it all works fine.
> I dare say if I'd used the FQHN in the first place rather than
> 'localhost' it would have worked.
> I couldn't see any option on the svn man page for overriding the
> repository (that the working copy is caching, right?).

1. move the working copy back to the machine.
2. use `svn switch' to switch your working copy to the *external url*
3. move the working copy back out to wherever you wanted it.

NOTE: This is not SUPPOSED to work...but currently it does. :-) A
Happy Bug.

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Received on Wed May 1 22:20:25 2002

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