Re: Can't connect to host '': No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it
On 25.01.2010 18:29, Helge Kruse wrote:
> -- 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
> 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0:3690
> I changed the service command line to use "--listen-host 0.0.0.0" 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.
The official svn binaries don't have ipv6 enabled either. Don't know why
TSVN can be very well built with ipv6, it's a simply switch in the build
script. Problem is that on most systems ipv4 is used, and the ipv6
support always first tries the ipv6 route before falling back to ipv4
which causes a slowdown. That's why ipv6 isn't enabled by default.
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