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Re: Can't connect to host '': No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it

From: Helge Kruse <Helge.Kruse-nospam_at_gmx.net>
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 09:29:12 -0800 (PST)

-- Solution --

> So there must be
> something on your end that's preventing TSVN from accessing the repo.
> I'm still tending to your virus scanner - try rebooting after disabling
> it (or even uninstall it for testing). Most of those
> worse-than-a-virus-itself 'applications' think that disabling them is a
> user error and still try to save the user from himself by interfering.

Finally it works. There was neither a mystic anti-virus nor firewall problem.

You mentioned to run the service as
   svnserve --service -r E:\SVN --listen-host localhost
what pointed to the right direction but with wrong argument. Using the nestat
utilitiy I found that svnserve is listening at [::1]:3690 (IPV6). Passing
these hostnames for --listen-host results in listen different addresses:

(none) [::]:3690
localhost [::1]:3690

I changed the service command line to use "--listen-host" and
TortoiseSVN as well as RapidSVN can connect it.

Further I got a comment from SlikSVN:

"The reason that you can't connect is that TortoiseSVN didn't enable IPv6 support in the libraries it uses."

I still don't know if would be possible for slikSVN's svnserve to enable IPV4 as
well as IPV6.



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