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Re: Time Delay when trying to browse repository

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2014 19:15:08 +0100

On 27.02.2014 16:24, Roy Peter wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a situation, we have a machine that has no internet access and every time we try to browse the SVN repository there’s a delay of 10 seconds until we can see the folders, after that it works ok and fast
> We used network monitor and we saw the tortoise svn client is trying to connect to a an internet address before it timesout and allow us to browse the repository.
> When we enabled internet for the machine the browsing was fast.
> We don’t want this machine to have internet access, can you maybe suggest a solution to this?

svn clients try to validate certificates. If you access the server via
https, then clients try to verify that ssl certificate and therefore
have to connect to servers that can do that. Depending on your
certificate and setup, those servers might not be in your local network
but outside. If one of those servers is not reachable then you have to
wait for the timeout until the clients go up the verification chain to
validate from a server higher up in that chain.
So I guess your setup is a little bit messed up.


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