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Re: TSVN 1.5 often hangs when starting various operations

From: Stefan Kng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 09 Jul 2008 18:03:54 +0200

David Huang wrote:
> I recently upgraded both the SVN server and TSVN to 1.5, so I'm not sure
> where this problem lies, but ever since the upgrade, TSVN often hangs at
> the beginning of various operations: Commit, Get Lock, Show Log, and
> Merge are the ones where I've seen it. If I kill TortoiseProc.exe and
> try again (perhaps doing a Clean Up first if needed), it might work.
> Server is running the Collabnet Win32 build of SVN 1.5 on a Windows 2000
> Server machine and Apache 2.2.6. TSVN is running on XP SP2; I was
> running 1.5.0, but I installed the 1.5.x nightly build (13416) to see if
> it'd help any--it doesn't seem to have helped. Repo access is through
> https.
> In order to help see what's going on, I'm running Paros Proxy so I can
> snoop the HTTPS connection. If I try doing a Show Log, Paros shows:


> And that's it. When I'm running through the proxy, the proxy will time
> out the connection, and TSVN offers to go offline. If I then tell it not
> to go offline, it shows "PROPFIND of '/svn/ACCTivate/Source': Could not
> read status line: connection was closed by proxy server
> (https://svn.alterity.com)". (But the proxy never saw a "PROPFIND"
> request; just "OPTIONS".) Without the proxy, TSVN just hangs... I let
> it sit for about 5 minutes before killing it.
> Any idea as to what's going on?

Try disabling your virus-scanner/desktop-firewall. It seems that
something is interferring/blocking the PROPFIND requests.


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Received on 2008-07-09 18:04:33 CEST

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