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Re: No repository found in svn://...

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 20:09:29 +0200

On 30.09.2010 19:49, Anthony D'Angelo wrote:
> About a month ago I had svn set up on a server and I could use
> tortoise svn normally to import, checkout, etc. Then I didn't use it
> for a couple of weeks. Then I needed it again so I tried to use it
> and found out someone had turned off the computer (or maybe it went
> off in a power outage). I turned it on again but now I'm getting the
> following message when trying to use the repo-browser: "No repository
> found in svn://<server ip>/repositories/project".
> I can ping the ip and I can connect to the svn server using a putty
> session and I've even created another repository in it, but I can't
> use tortoise svn with it. I've used the "svn://<server
> ip>/repositories/project" path in the past and it had worked.
> Can anyone help? Do I maybe have to reset some setting in tortoise or
> svn?

If you're using putty/ssh to connect to the server, shouldn't the url
start with svn+ssh:// instead of just svn:// ?


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Received on 2010-09-30 20:09:49 CEST

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