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Re: "(no date)" shown in logmessage

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Tue, 12 May 2009 12:50:02 +0100

2009/5/12 <webpost_at_tigris.org>:
> Hi,
> I'm recently working via svnserve. But I think I got something wrong. Sometimes the Logmessage is missing when I try looking at it via svnserve. With file:// it works perfekt and the messages are displayed correctly(see screenshots). I guess that I fucked something up with the config(see attachments) passwd and authz are located two folders upward.
> Thanks guys
> Justus

... and don't cross post the same question to 2 different lists. OK I
can read see the compressed screenshots now without chewing up my

Neither authentication nor authorization errors will give that sort of
result. If read access is not allowed you will get a message telling
you just that. Have you tried clearing or disabling the log cache?
Maybe something is wrong with the locally cached data.

But before you go too much further, don't use file:// access on a
shared repository. Sooner or later it will bite you and trash the
repository. I suggest putting the repo on a local (non-shared) drive
on the server and using only svnserve to access it.

And very nice of you to share the passwd file with us - I hope this is
not a publicly accessible repository ...


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