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SVN Update - connection was forcibly closed

From: Johan <johankuhn1_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 01:17:29 -0700 (PDT)

This is what I get when I select SVN Update for a folder:
2009/05/27 - 09:38:05 AM
Command : Update
Updated : C:\Clients\ACME\Releases\QA
\_ReleaseTaskLists200905.xls
Updated : C:\Clients\ACME\Releases\QA\_ReleaseNotesQA.doc
Updated : C:\Clients\ACME\Releases\QA
\_ReleaseTestHelper.doc
Error : REPORT of '/svn/Projects/!svn/vcc/default':
Could not read response body: An
Error : existing connection was forcibly closed by the
remote host.
Error : (http://work1.acme.com)
Finished! :
362 kBytes transferred in 10 minute(s) and 24 second(s)

The next (and also last) file that it should have updated is:
/ACME/Releases/QA/20090526.zip of 347kB which I could download via the
webpage.

I am using a 3G Vodacom (mobile phone company in South Africa)
connection to connect to the net.
When I am in the office using our local network, I do not have this
problem. Colleagues using another 3G supplier (iBurst) do not
experience this problem.
So it seems that it happens with files over a certain size (about
300kB) over the 3G network. Can cannot find any references or help to
point me in the right direction. Do not know what to checkout at
Vodacom.
Any suggestions?

Thanks
Johan

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