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Issue | Moving and Renaming files on Mirror/Slave repository

From: Nikhil Gupta II <nGupta13_at_sapient.com>
Date: Thu, 23 Jul 2009 20:54:19 +0530

Hi ,
We are using the SVN write through proxy for our distributed environment and the configuration has been achieved as mentioned in the blog :

We have configured the Two way replication between two severs I,e
Machine (master) -----------> Machine 2 ( slave)
Machine (slave) ---------------> Machine 2 ( master)

The following versions for Apache, Subversion and SNIT are used
Apache : 2.2.8
Subversion server : 1.6.2
SVN KIT API : 1.3.0

With the help of WEBDAV Write through proxy , the write operations performed on the slave repository are proxied to the master repository.

The following operation are working fine on slave repository
1) Add files /folders
2) Updating files
3) Deleting files/folders
4) Changing the custom property for files.

The problem we are facing is while the renaming and moving files/folders only on the slave repository.
Whereas the rename and move operations work correctly on the master repository and the changes are also well replicated on all the slave repositories.

While performing the rename and move operation from the tortoise client , the following error messages are received

While renaming a file it gives the following error
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (405 Method Not Allowed) in response to COPY request for '/slave/qa1/helloiamthe_masteronqa1/!svn/bc/17/branches'

Similarly while moving the folder gives the following error
svn: Server sent unexpected return value (405 Method Not Allowed)

As per the Apache Error logs : Following is the error message seen in the logs :

[error] (2)No such file or directory: Requests for a collection must have a trailing slash on the URI.

I have attached the master and slave configuration along with the httpd.conf for your review.
Looking forward for early reply

Thanks in Advance,
Nikhil Gupta
Associate Technology L2, Delivery Capabilities | Sapient

DLF Cyber Greens, DLF Phase-III, Sector 25-A,
Gurgaon 122 002, Haryana, India.mobile: +91.9899699639
E-mail: ngupta13_at_sapient.com


Received on 2009-07-24 20:46:18 CEST

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