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RE: TortoiseSVN and random 'could not connect to the server'

From: Costin <costin.leau_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-05 16:31:53 CEST

L?bbe Onken wrote:
>
> Costin wrote:
>
>> It's the same if I use wireless or the wire. I've used
>> Tortoise in various
>> locations (home, office, client, hotel) and I get the same
>> results each
>> time. I'm pretty sure it's not the connection as I'm
>> currently downloading,
>> browsing, listening to radio and the router is less then 1m away.
>> Just to check, I've switched to a wired connection but still no dice.
>
> It has to be something specific to your PC/configuration
>
> If you get one of these intermittent failures with TortoiseSVN:
> - can you open that http(s) URL in a normal web browser?
> - can you run 'svn up' with the CL client instead of TortoiseSVN?
>
> Can you be sure that your PC isn't infected by some virus?
>
> Cheers
> - L?bbe
>
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I'm running an updated antivirus at all times. The url opens fine in Firefox
and IE. Also during all this time I'm running an email client, internet
radio and chat - all the programs run fine except Tortoise.
I've forgot to mention initially that the CL works fine every time. I'm also
using Eclipse with Subversive and again no problems.
I've triple/quad-checked the configuration and there is no proxy settings or
firewall in the way. Plus if there were why sometime it works and sometime
it doesn't. I should get a constant behavior.
I feel that I'm missing something here - is like some sort of cache which
gets activated from time to time and prevents the 'real' network to be used.
I realize that this is issue is particular to my configuration but I can't
figure out why everything else except Tortoise doesn't work.
Is there some debug flag or something that I can use to troubleshoot the
problem?

Last but not least thanks for your replies.

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