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RE: svnserve and inetd: malformed network data

From: M. van Renswoude <mark_at_x2software.net>
Date: 2004-03-10 19:46:25 CET

Tobias Ringstrom wrote:

>
> M. van Renswoude wrote:
>
> > is why I run two instances to prevent that... but that's not the issue,
at
> > least this works for the daemon. I was able to import, checkout,
everything.
> > Now in inetd mode I'm getting a "Malformed network data" error when
trying
> > anything. The server and client both have the same SVN version...
>
> And that version is 1.0.0, I hope. ;-)

Yes, that is 1.0.0. It's installed since yesterday, with TortoiseSVN as the
client (though I have tried the command-line applications as well, same
thing as expected). Tried running a daemon again, and it worked fine. So
there's no incompatibility there...

> What do you see if you telnet to the server to port 3690?

Why didn't I think of that? Explains a lot, here's the output:

---
Type '--inetd --help' for usage.
                                You must specify one of -d, -i, -t or -X.
---
-i is already specified, -d is wrong, -X is wrong, so that leaves -t. And
guess what? That was it! :) The server now responds nicely, and all works
fine. Thanks for the telnet tip!
I do think this is the hard way to find out. Nowhere could I find -t
mentioned as being necessary, not even in the --help output. I initially
thought it was related to SSH. Then again, I might've missed something.
Either way, it's fixed, and that's what counts...
- Mark
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