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Re: After several updates unable to connect to any url, how to find the error - locking use case

From: Michael Schierl <schierlm_at_gmx.de>
Date: Tue, 08 Jan 2013 19:39:43 +0100

Am 08.01.2013 17:51, schrieb Bernard TREMBLAY:
> It is the new, but as I told, I cannot connect to any repository (the
> firewall has been checked, no lock event it seems). I was thinking
> first that it was on this, but it is on anyone.

Check if you can connect to the exact same repository URL with a web
browser. You should (after authentication if needed) see some (more or
less nicely formatted, depending on the server) directory listing of the
latest revision in the browser.

If that does not work, the problem is definitely in your network or your
internet connection. If it works, most likely not (it can still be the
problem since Subversion uses HTTP verbs like OPTIONS or PROPFIND, which
are not used by normal web browsers that usually only use GET and POST,
but most firewalls won't do such deep packet inspection, so I'd say it
is unlikely).

So, if that works, check TortoiseSVN->Settings->Network if any proxy
servers are configured there and if they are the same ones configured in
your browser (or if you do not need any proxy servers, that no proxy
server is configured).

You may also check if anything else is uncommented in the Subversion
Server Configuration file (which can be opened from the mentioned
settings page).

Hope that helps,



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