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Re: JavaHL, 1.9: "Bad file descriptor", "Stream doesn't support this capability" errors

From: Thomas Singer <thomas.singer_at_syntevo.com>
Date: Fri, 14 Aug 2015 08:23:50 +0200

On 14.08.2015 00:20, Branko Čibej wrote:
> On 13.08.2015 13:32, Marc Strapetz wrote:
>> On 27.07.2015 09:21, Branko Čibej wrote:
>>> On 27.07.2015 09:17, Marc Strapetz wrote:
>>>> One of our 1.9 (early-access) users is reporting problems when
>>>> performing remote commands, for example a copy URL->URL:
>>>> org.apache.subversion.javahl.ClientException: Stream doesn't support
>>>> this capability
>>>> Bad file descriptor
>>>> svn: Polling for available data on filestream failed: Bad file
>>>> descriptor
>>>> at org.apache.subversion.javahl.SVNClient.copy(Native Method)
>>>> at ...
>>>> He hasn't encountered such problems with 1.8 versions.
>>>> AFAIU, he is connecting using SSH. Is this an SSH-related problem?
>>>> Could it be related to the underlying SSH client?
>>> Which platform is this? Can the user reproduce this problem with the
>>> command-line svn on the same machine?
>> It's on Windows, in combination with SSH. I'm now able to reproduce
>> this problem myself and it looks like a regression to me:
>> It's reproducible with our own Windows binaries as well as with the
>> WANdisco binaries. It's reproducible with Plink/Pageant as well as
>> with Trilead SSH. The commit works fine with Subversion 1.8.
>> Is there any additional information/debugging I can do on my side?
> I'd still want to know if the command-line client works.

No, it doesn't. That's what Marc meant with "It's reproducible with our
own Windows binaries as well as with the WANdisco binaries." The problem
is reproducible independent of SmartSVN.

Received on 2015-08-14 08:24:05 CEST

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