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Re: tortoisesvn ssl handshake failed 336032856 1.6.11.x 64bit, server and ssl seem correct

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 21 Oct 2010 09:55:04 +0200

On 20.10.2010 00:36, gcstang wrote:
> I've recently installed Windows 7 64bit and the
> TortoiseSVN- install.
> I get the SSL Handshake failed error when using this unless I add this
> line to my [global]:
> http-library = serf
> However when I add this line and try to check something out I run out
> of memory Tortoise starts using about 3.5GB and then throws a C error
> and dies.

That's a bug in the serf library:

> I've checked the server running Fedora 12 the host name is set to
> svn.eonegroup.com, the ssl cert is also the set to the same so the
> certificate is correct.
> If I unload 1.6.11 and revert back to 1.6.10 everything works without
> the [global] section change and all is great with the world.
> Is there anything else I can look at ?

that's a bug in neon which prevents successful handshake. It's fixed in
the latest release, but I haven't had the time to roll out another TSVN
release with the new neon version yet.


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