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Re: commit/timeout

From: Stephan Wentz <stephan_at_wentz.it>
Date: 2004-06-08 16:13:42 CEST

Tobias Ringström wrote:

> Stephan Wentz wrote:
>> hi all!
>> i'm having serious timeout-problems with my remote server that hosts
>> my apache2/svn-repository. the server is real-remote, it's placed at a
>> big german hoster, and my client here has access to the net over a
>> 2mbit line. so it shouldn't be a problem of capacities.
>> version on server- and client-side is subversion-1.0.4.
>> apache2-version is 2.0.49
>> a commit of approx 25 files (diskusage with .svn-dirs is about 300k)
>> always fails with a timeout. but the strange thing is that the
>> error-message differs from time to time, and it always stops in
>> different files (wjContentlist.php, wjPublish.php, ...). here are some
>> examples:
> It looks as if you have a network/firewall/proxy problem. You could try
> to use https or another port to see if it makes any difference. A
> somewhat complicated way to find out exactly what happens is to run
> tcpdump on both ends.

hmm i don't think that this is the case - the server runs as a normal
webserver and there are no timeouts, i never noticed any. and i work
quite a lot for developing php on this server.
and i don't think that this is a problem here on the client side, i
tried it from different locations (here at work, another server outside
and home (dsl)), and everywhere the same result :(

but i'll try to change the port, and *sigh* will use tcpdump if nothing
else works...

it's really irritating me that it stops after a few secs, i can commit
several small files (3-5) in a batch and it succeds. but over that i get
a timeout...


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Received on Tue Jun 8 16:15:59 2004

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