please take some time to read my mail. What I described looks like a
configuration problem, but It's not. My server is well configured and
causes no problem with svn client on Linux (five repositories with
thousands of revisions). Even though it were not the case, it would mean
that this missconfiguration makes svn client on Windows SP3 freeze with
no error message: that's a bug. But I repeat, my server is a standard
Apache server from Debian.
I can complete informations, with Wireshark captures or anything you
want to find where the problem is.
Thanks for your advise
On mer, 2009-01-28 at 13:15 +0100, Pierre Paysant-Le Roux wrote:
> I observe a very annoying bug using TortoiseSVN or SVN command line
> client on up to date Windows XP SP3. It seems to be a bug in the ssl
> negociation process on Windows side. When connecting to my server for
> update, commit or anything else, the TortoiseProc (or svn.exe) hang in
> about one case out of two during the connecting phase. I need to
> ctrl-alt-supp, select the process and kill it to stop it. We are using
> the same server for one year with no problem with svn client on
> After a couple of days tracking the bug (I first thought of a
> configuration problem on server side), I concluded that only Windows SP3
> is affected (I tested three different computers). On Windows SP2 or
> Vista, I can't reproduce the bug.
> When using serf instead of neon, the certificat
> On server side, Apache 2.2.3 (Debian Etch) or 2.2.8 (Ubuntu Hardy) has
> been tested.
> I also tested four types of certificates : from Godaddy, RapidSSL,
> Cacert.org and from a local CA generated by openssl (CA.pl script from
> openssl). The problem occurs only when using a valid certificate, certified by a trusted CA.
> Here is the recipe :
> On Debian or Ubuntu :
> 1. install apache2 and libapache2-svn
> 2. a2enmod ssl
> 3. edit /etc/apache2/sites-available/default and past the default conf
> joined to this mail
> 4. place valid certificate and key on /etc/apache2/cert.crt
> and /etc/apache2/cert.key (it must naturally be valid for what's on
> ServerName in the apache conf)
> 5. mkdir /var/svn (or what you provided for SVNParentPath)
> 6. cd /var/svn
> 7. svnadmin create test
> 8. chown -R www-data:www-data /var/svn
> At this point, https://<ServerName>/test point to a working svn
> repository. It a typical configuration.
> On Windows SP3 :
> 1. Add the CA certificate that signed the certificat you used for Apache
> if needed (Settings, Internet Options, Content, Certificates, Trusted
> root certificates, Import)
> 2. At this point, accessing https://>ServerName>/test with IE must be
> possible without any SSL alert. If it is not the case, ensure that the CA
> certificate is present in Trusted root certificates of windows)
> 3. With TortoiseSVN, checkout the repository.
> 4. Loop updating the repository and after two or three attempts, the
> process hang.
> Here are some logs of what append :
> Apache debug log :
> see apache.log
> libneon debug log :
> C:\Documents and Settings\Pierre\Bureau\test>svn up
> Running pre_send hooks
> compress: Initialization.
> Sending request headers:
> OPTIONS /test HTTP/1.1
> Host: x41.local.lan
> User-Agent: SVN/1.5.1 (r32289) neon/0.28.2
> Connection: TE, Keep-Alive
> TE: trailers
> DAV: http://subversion.tigris.org/xmlns/dav/svn/depth
> DAV: http://subversion.tigris.org/xmlns/dav/svn/mergeinfo
> DAV: http://subversion.tigris.org/xmlns/dav/svn/log-revprops
> Accept-Encoding: gzip
> Sending request-line and headers:
> Doing DNS lookup on x41.local.lan...
> Connecting to 10.0.2.2
> One more thing : repositories from googlecode work great with https
> access. I don't know what version of Apache and mod_ssl they are using.
> My server configuration is straightforward. I think that a lot of subversion users are using the same.
> Is there something that I can do to disable the SSL validation process as a temporary solution ?
> I tested to set ssl-trust-default-ca to no but it has no effect.
> Are there any svn repositories that are public accessible through https so that I can do more tests?
> Pierre Paysant-Le Roux
Received on 2009-01-29 23:23:40 CET