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Re: Using incorrect Server address

From: Simon Large <simon_at_skirridsystems.co.uk>
Date: 2006-06-14 22:29:30 CEST

Parag B. Shah wrote:
> The server was once connected to the internet, using a 24.173.XXX.XXX
> address. Now it has been taken off of the internet, and accessible
> through the local intranet 192.168.0.XXX address.

Please send questions like this to the users@ mailing list. The issues@
list just contains auto-generated mails from our issue tracker.

> When SVN and Tortoise was originally installed, the server was on the
> 24.173 address. Now, every time I try to commit a change, look at the
> logs, or anything that has to make server access, the programs are
> trying to access the SVN server using the old address.

You need to use the 'relocate' command if the repository has moved to a
different URL.

> I searched the registry and all files local, I couldn't find a simple
> string that would identify the server.

Next time try searching the manual instead of the registry.

> What can I do to resolve this. I am afraid to uninstall svn because I
> will loose all of my local changes. Any suggestions?

Uninstalling svn/tsvn would not lose your local changes. It just removes
the programs which can understand the .svn folders and communicate with
the repository.


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