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mod_dav_svn breakage?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-05-31 21:35:17 CEST

I can't seem to get the svn client to commit to the svn server
(running on the same box, accessed via http://localhost.)

I'm running a totally clean httpd and svn (r2055), both codebases
updated and built this afternoon. Checkouts and updates work fine,
but commits just hang.

Specifically, the commit hangs after the client sends a
MKACTIVITY... I have gdb running on both sides of the network, and it
seems that both ends are blocking on socket reads (!?!). Ethereal
says that the last thing over the wire were two newlines at the end of
the client's MKACTIVITY request:

KACTIVITY /svn/erepo/$svn/act/c2f8dad3-d11d-b211-b6ca-ebda4366117b HTTP/1.1
User-Agent: SVN/0.12.0 (dev build) neon/0.19.4
Connection: TE
TE: trailers
Host: localhost

Can anyone else reproduce this problem? Or is my system whacked?

I'm gonna backdate svn and see if it's a recent svn bug... or maybe
something changed in httpd that mod_dav_svn doesn't like?

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Received on Sat Jun 1 14:11:10 2002

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