On 17.08.2010 21:20, Eric wrote:
>> TSVN is an svn client, so all settings affecting the
>> svn client also affect TSVN.
> Ah, OK. I know that there is a command line svn client for Windows. I do not have such a client installed that I am aware of. I just installed TSVN by running the installer and following the directions. I did check TSVN Settings and can't find anything that resembles a timeout. Ah, wait a sec... here's an "Edit" button for the "Server configuration file" in Settings->General... clicked on that button and saw nothing resembling a timeout there. Moved on to Settings->Network and clicked "Edit" for "Subversion server file:" and there I see "http-timeout". However, this is for the server and as you point out, TSVN is a client. Besides...
>> About the timeout setting: I assume you're using
>> http/https to access the repository,
> Actually I'm not, sorry about that, should have made that clear from the beginning. I'm using svn+ssh with public/private key files and PuTTY/Pageant to manage the key files. Shell logins, even via ssh, are disabled on this server. Had to do that for security's sake.
> So, I assume http-timeout doesn't apply, right?
No, not the http-timeout. But SSH also has a timeout setting.
Unfortunately, I have no idea where that setting is since I don't use SSH.
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