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Re: Repo browser works with https, but not http

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-13 23:40:42 CEST

John Locke wrote:
> Hi,
> We're running an SVN server using mod_dav_svn with access to both http
> and https. Everything works fine in https, but with http, the
> repo-browser fails, with this message:
> Error * REPORT request failed on
> 'http://internal.url.dev/svn/clients/path/to/trunk' REPORT of
> 'http://internal.url.dev/svn/clients/path/to/trunk': 403 Forbidden
> (http://internal.url.dev)
> ... this has been reproduced on several workstations, with 1.4.4 Build
> 9706. The server is running SVN 1.2.3 under Apache 2.0.54.
> It cannot be reproduced with a current svn cli (at least from my Linux
> workstation) or other tools--only Tortoise. The http path is browsable
> with a web browser, too. And it's only the repo browser that's
> broken--checkouts, commits, etc. all seem to work fine.

Check your apache config. Maybe you have backslashes used in there where
you should have used forward slashes. Or a slash at the end of a path
where there shouldn't be one (or vice versa).

The best thing to do would be to compare your apache config sections
from the http and https sections - find the differences and maybe you
can see a difference which doesn't have anything to do with http/https.

Also try the Windows Subversion client - you can't really compare the
Linux client and the windows clients.
the commands you should use:
'svn info http://url'
'svn ls -v http://url'


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Received on Fri Jul 13 23:40:04 2007

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