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[Subclipse-users] caching of SSH connection properties does not store nonstandard SSH Port

From: Paul Lechnar <paul_at_mis.com>
Date: 2006-02-15 18:44:57 CET

I have confirmed this problem using Subclipse 0.9.106 and Eclipse 3.2M4,
running on Windows XP (same problem on two separate machines)

When using JavaSVN (Pure Java) to connect to a subversion repository, I
have observed the following behavior:

When first setting up a repository, using the svn+ssh:// protocol, the
SSH connection properties dialog appears, allowing
for entry of a username,password and SSH port (also a public key, but
I'm not using that in this example).
After filling out the appropriate info, *including* a non-standard SSH
port (e.g. 3222) and checking the "save info" checkbox, the connection
commences and is successful. Furthermore, any subsequent connections
within that eclipse session work fine (commits, syncro, updates ,etc)

However, once Eclipse is shut down and then restarted, any SSH
connections will time out, and I have confirmed with a TCP monitor
program that Eclipse is attempting to connect to the subversion host on
port 22, the standard SSH port. Deleting the keyring file at
{ECLIPSE_DIR}\configuration\org.eclipse.core.runtime\.keyring will cause
the SSH connection properties dialog to re-appear the next time I try to
connect to the repository, and again, properly filling out the form will
allow Subclipse to work fine for that Eclipse session.

This leads me to believe that when storing the connection properties for
that host (perhaps in the keyring file?), the SSH port number is not
being saved correctly.

If anyone has any ideas, or if the developers need more info for a bug
report, please feel free to contact me.



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