The best is first to answer inline :
> 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.
As I told previously (first message) :
> > > I have a normal access to repository from Firefox.
I made test on free access, with credentials manual and auto. I could access all the concerned repositories.
> If that does not work, the problem is definitely in your network or your
> internet connection. If it works,
that is the case
> 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).
I believe so,
> 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).
No proxy known till now (I found a not "declared" proxy which is a part of the firewall 01/11/2012 3:00 GMT+1 (Paris)),
> 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,
Thanks, this eliminates cases.
In fact it is exactly as a lock by a firewall, and TortoiseSVN client failing any http or access to port 80 (without report by the firewall).
Last news : 01/11/2012 3:00 GMT+1 (Paris)
So I made the simple test that I forgot, I apologize : I cutoff the firewall and everything have been ok.
The problem is now, how to setup in a right way the rules of the firewall, I can control and change what I want (program launched by, access port etc..., more the support for the firewall is perfect). But I must know which programs must be allowed for what on which ports.
(for example SVN.exe can be fully allowed, this let everything locked).
Around (redacted before last news)
I made since the beginning a checkup of all the installation :
1- Because I began to install SVN server and SSL : I check if something was running about : no it is completely clean. But I will install the server mode and set a proxy in the future
2- The lonely remaining :
- As the computer is used as a server for several purposes, it is important to note :
a- I have updated Apache to 2.4.2 from 2.2.17
b- I have changed the firewall : So if it does not report Locking soft or port, may be ? So I think that I must set clearly the rules for SVN TSVN : process names, port (In my knowledge 80 and 443 for SSL)
Before I install SVNServe there is no service to run to make TSVN function, I do believe so.
I could not find for the moment these informations :
" how to open a firewall for TortoiseSVN "
This is an important element of the installation process.
I have not found a place which tells about this subject directly, only with SVNServe and not clear at all (forum discussions without synthesis).
So I could redact it, if you agree, when I will have got and test all these informations.
note : With Win7 I am quite sure that I would have found the problem using the Events manager and the capability to set markers. Feature which doesn't exist with XP, so it was, in a way, a trick for me, because I uses win7 for the devs and never stops the firewall on the server in any case (create a test platform...).
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Received on 2013-01-11 03:33:56 CET