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Apache now hangs for any Subversion request - HELP!

From: Charles E. Doucette <cdoucette_at_med-learn.com>
Date: 2004-01-07 23:17:17 CET

We are using Subversion 0.35.1 as a server on a Windows 2000 machine
and as a client with Windows 2000 (and XP). On the server, it's accessed via Apache 2.0.48.

After finally upgrading Subversion successfully yesterday (from 0.32.1 to 0.35.1), everything was fine.

This afternoon, I attempted to enable the authz module and add
an access file.

Then, I attempted to test this new configuration with a browser
(Mozilla Firebird 0.7). The configuration appeared to hang.

Now, after undoing all of my changes to enable the new authz_svn module,
it still seems to hang (time-out).

When I use tortoise, I get time-out errors.

When I look at the error log, I see nothing about my problem.

When I look at the access log, everything appears ok.

Here's the important section from my Apache configuration file

<Location /repos>
  DAV svn
  SVNPath F:/SVN/repos
  AuthType Basic
  AuthName "MLC's Subversion repository"
  AuthUserFile "F:\SVN\passwd.ini"
  require valid-user

If anyone has any ideas, please share them ASAP.

In the meantime, nobody can perform any source control operations.


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