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RE: SVN Protocol

From: Ramprasad Venkata Inala <rinala_at_cordys.com>
Date: 2005-06-09 06:48:09 CEST

How are you able to see the net work traffic.
I am using the ipinterceptor to capture packets but it is of no vail..
I am unable to see the data on that port.

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From: Max Bowsher [mailto:maxb@ukf.net]
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 2:29 PM
To: Ramprasad Venkata Inala
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: SVN Protocol

Ramprasad Venkata Inala wrote:
> Yes I have gone thru them; I follow the way that is mentioned in the
> connection establishment section.
> But it opens up another connection for the same client as mentioned
> below.

As I already responded to your duplicate email on users@, you do not
to be following the protocol properly.

I reproduce my previous mail here:

Ramprasad Venkata Inala wrote:
> Hi,
> I want to write a proxy for SVN ( for SVN protocol )so that it passes
> through our versioning system. For the same I need to know the SVN
> protocol, which I understood from the protocol document placed in the
> SVN sources. There is some hiccup while handshaking with the client.
> me explain in detail what I do.
> When a client ( using a subclipse ) tries to connect to the SVN
> a socket server program written in java ) the proxy accepts the
> connection and spawns a new thread that will handle further the
> for this client, so each client will have a thread that would handle
> streams. When server socket accepts the client request it sends back
> response in the format specified below.

> ( success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS ) ( edit-pipeline ) ) )


> ( 2 ANONYMOUS ( ) ( ) )

What is this?? I do not see this in either the protocol document or in
captured traces of network traffic.

> The client responds back with the below response
> ( 2 ( edit-pipeline ) 28:svn:///d:/svnrep/SVNProtocol )


> Then the proxy sends a message in this format again to the client
> ( ( ( 31:d:/svnrep/SVNProtocol ) ) ( ANONYMOUS ( ) ) )

Again, what is this?? I do not see this in either the protocol document
in captured traces of network traffic.

> Then the problem starts here again when the client responds back then
> tries to open up another socket rather sending requests on the same
> stream which is a diversion from the connection establishment.

I suspect the client is giving up faced with the weird responses you are
giving it, and re-trying.


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