> I have this weird problem that seems to only be occurring on my
> machine. We have an SVN server setup and running. I can Checkout to
> a local directory and get a working copy. I currently have it NOT
> saving/caching my authentication credentials. I can Update, Checkout,
> and everything but Commit.
> When I do Update, Checkout it prompts me for my credentials, however,
> when I attempt to Commit it does not prompt me and immediately gives
> me the following error message.
> Error Commit Failed (details follow):
> Error OPTIONS request failed on '/thefilepath'
> Error OPTIONS of '/thefilepath': 200 OK (http://
> When I run Wireshark and attempt a commit I see only tcp protocol
> messages and no http. I have the exact same permissions as everyone
> else. I assume it's something specific to my machine. Anything would
> be helpful. Thanks. Here is the TCP Stream during a 'Commit':
Not sure what's causing this. But try deactivating the "GUEST" user
account on your computer. It might have something to do with SSPI
If that doesn't help, you should maybe ask on the Subversion users list
for help (users at subversion tigris org).
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Received on 2008-06-18 19:21:54 CEST
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