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problems hosting subversion behind firewall

From: Terry Denham <terrydenham_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2003-07-07 19:21:18 CEST

I'm having problems getting my subversion server up and running. The problem
I'm having is when I try to access my repos via an external client over HTTP
I get the following error :

svn: OPTIONS of '/repos/CodeBlooded/Apps/FantasySports/!svn/bc/1/': 500
Internal Server Error ( The system cannot find t
he file specified. ) (http://source.codeblooded.com)

Here's what I've done.

In my domain codeblooded.com I have an internal network corp.codeblooded.com
that I've setup the Subversion server running on Windows 2000, Apache 2 and
Subversion 0.24.2( r6284).

I've set the server up on source.corp.codeblooded.com and everything works
internally but it fails if I try to access it from the external name

Reading the message board it seems that I have to configure a VirtualHost so
that is what I've done but I still get the same error. The odd thing is that
I can get to it via a web browser and via svn list but svn checkout fails
with the above error.

I have a very simple httpd.conf file. Here it is.

ServerName source.corp.codeblooded.com
NameVirtualHost source.corp.codeblooded.com
NameVirtualHost source.codeblooded.com

<VirtualHost source.corp.codeblooded.com source.codeblooded.com >
  ServerName source.corp.codeblooded.com
  ServerAlias source
  <Location /repos/CodeBlooded/Apps/FantasySports >
    DAV svn
    SVNPath /repos/CodeBlooded/Apps/FantasySports

Again the odd thing is that svn list works and a web browser works but svn
checkout fails.


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