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TortoiseSVN and random 'could not connect to the server'

From: Costin <costin.leau_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-05 12:07:18 CEST


For a couple of month already, I'm having a very strange problem with
TortoiseSVN (used to work fine before).
No matter with what server I try to synchronize I get (instantaneously):

Error: PROPFIND request failed on '/svnroot/XXXX'
Error: PROPFIND of '/svnroot/XXXX': could not connect to server

This occurs both when trying to update or commit. If I keep trying,
TortoiseSVN finally makes the connection and everything works fine. I
haven't been able to determine what's the algorithm behind it, it seems to
be totally random.
I'm not using any proxy or certifications.
Moreover, I get the same symptoms when trying to check for an update version
- I get several 'could not check for a new version', then after a series of
retires, the update info and then again, could not check...
Basically, it seems that Tortoise doesn't want to connect to the Internet
most of the time...

Any suggestions are welcome,


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