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Tortoise: 0 byte/s transfer

From: Jens Restemeier <jens.restemeier_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2015 02:59:01 -0700 (PDT)

Updating from the repository stops with "0 byte/s" transfer. This happens both in TortoiseSVN and on the command line, but only for one user at the moment. (I had it for a short time as well, but it disappeared after rebooting the computer.) Normal web browsing still works fine.

We are using Windows 8.1, all PC and the server are connected to a LAN, and were built from the same hardware at the same time. There are no proxies or VPN involved, and the connection goes over the svn:// protocol. We are on TSVN 1.9.2 and svnserve 1.9.2.

It seems to be a reasonably common problem with different versions of SVN and Windows, for example http://tortoisesvn.tigris.org/ds/viewMessage.do?dsForumId=4061&dsMessageId=3076528
There are other reports on the web as well, but no definite solution other than poking around in random network driver settings. (I am a bit surprised that it isn't a FAQ, yet.)

I did attach a debugger to get a stack trace in libsvn_tsvn.dll , but that doesn't show much interesting without symbols. Is it possible to get a pdb for the official build, or are there any other good ways to diagnose this? I must admit I haven't done much Windows development in the past few years.
I see a few people recorded traffic in wire shark, but it didn't show any specific problem.

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