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Re: TSVN doesn't complete a commit

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 2010 21:04:49 +0200

On 17.08.2010 20:44, Eric wrote:
>> I would guess that this has to do with your network connection or
>> server setup. Try to increase the timeout values on your server.
>> And check firewalls and proxies for the same.
> Good afternoon, Stefan.
> The network connection is a gigabit LAN that runs about 40 feet
> between client and server, and very little other network traffic.
> As for the timeout values on the server, how do I do that? I
> searched through the Subversion book on keywords like config and
> timeout and all I could find was httpd-timeout which applies to the
> SVN client, which I'm not using. I can not find anything in the TSVN
> Settings that resembles any kind of timeout.

TSVN is an svn client, so all settings affecting the svn client also
affect TSVN.

About the timeout setting: I assume you're using http/https to access
the repository, so the timeout setting is in the apache config file (or
files, don't know whether CentOS uses just one or multiple apache config


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