> we have recently had problems with Subversion/TortoiseSVN. I am not
> sure that the problem is TortoiseSVN, but I will try here.
> We are running the repository on a Ubuntu Server connecting it over
> SSH. All clients are TortoiseSVN running on Windows XP. Until recently
> we were using TortoiseSVN v1.4 but during the summer some of us
> upgraded to TortoiseSVN 1.5.
> Until now we haven't been able to get version 1.5 to work good enough.
> Just checking out, update and commit works fine, but it is not
> possible to show the log. If log caching is on it just says that
> "there has been a problem connecting the server." If log caching is
> off it says "Connection closed unexpectedly". I just tested the latest
> version (220.127.116.1183) with the same result.
"Connection closed unexpectedly" indicates a problem with the
Or a virus scanner interferring.
> I read that there are known problems with svn+ssh so we decided to
> downgrade to TortoiseSVN 1.4.8. Everything worked fine first, but
> recently strange errors have occured.
> Some persons who recently did this upgrading and downgrading have had
> problems with commiting changes. We get error messages like:
> "Error: Can't move '/media/repos/FW/db/transactions/1002-uv.txn/rev'
> to '/media/repos/FW/db/revs/1/1003': Permission denied"
$ svnadmin verify
on your repository.
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Received on 2008-09-08 20:22:16 CEST