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Re: Error checking out large repository -- illegal padding

From: Andy Helten <andy.helten_at_dot21rts.com>
Date: 2004-07-28 22:28:15 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

>On Tue, 2004-07-27 at 15:47, Andy Helten wrote:
>>No change after installing neon-0.24.7 -- it fails exactly as before. I
>>didn't install subversion 1.0.6 because the binary RPM is not available
>>for RedHat 9.0 and I don't have time to go through the build process (I
>>am new to subversion). However, I will try 1.0.6 on Windows which
>>exhibits the same problem as the RedHat version. Of course, this is a
>>worthless test if the problem is on the server side (the same RedHat
>>machine I've been using to checkout).
Subversion 1.0.6 on Windows did not fix the problem -- it failed exactly
as it did with 1.0.5 under RedHat 9.

>It could very likely be a server error. My next suggestion is to
>upgrade to apache 2.0.50; IIRC, there were some odd SSL bugs fixed in
>apache recently.

Same problem in the exact same place in the repository after upgrading
to apache 2.0.50. In fact, I recreated the repository after installing
the new version of apache and the subsequent checkout again failed in
the same place, exactly as before. Here is my current configuration:

1) Apache
dimension4600 {httpd-2.0.50}> /usr/sbin/httpd -version
Server version: Apache/2.0.50
Server built: Jul 28 2004 11:28:56

2) SVN
svn, version 1.0.5 (r9954)
   compiled Jun 10 2004, 22:39:54

** note this is neon-0.24.7:

3) Still RedHat 9 (pretty much stock)

Any other suggestions, other than going back to CVS (which is becoming
my only alternative)? Should I upgrade to subversion 1.0.6 on the server?


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