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Apache2, authenticated Proxy and Subversion-Bug?

From: Florian Doersch <webmaster_at_ma.ra-doersch.de>
Date: 2006-09-14 21:20:17 CEST

Hi,
I'm using Subversion 1.4 with Apache2 via mod_dav_svn running on linux.

I use TortoiseSVN 1.4.0-7195 on a Windows XP machine.

Apache2 is proxy-enabled - but with authentication. Now I have following
problem:

soon as i try to use vor example "diff" - The Subversion does i.e
following (apache access.log)

x.x.x.x - userxy [date] "PROPFIND /svn/repository/somefile... HTTP/1.1"
206 ...

thats ok but then after various requests, it does:

x.x.x.x - - [date] "PROPFIND
http://fulldomain/svn/repository/somefile... HTTP1/1" 407 ...

Why does he sends a proxy request? Why doesn't it correctly request with
"/svn/repository/somefile... HTTP1/1\nHost: fulldomain:80\n ..."?

How can i fix that (perhaps changing the mod_proxy-configuration - but
how? The requested domain is locally on that server - how can I say to
the apache "for target xyz no authentication - for the rest -
authentication"

Thank you for your help (the problem was also with 1.3.5 and subversion
1.3)

Florian

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