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More Secure connection truncated errors

From: Clay Loveless <clay_at_killersoft.com>
Date: 2004-08-25 09:28:42 CEST

Hello,

I'm using Subversion 1.1.0-RC2 on client side and the repository, which is
located on a remote server. Connection is over https, using Apache 2.0.50.

Client OS: Mac OS X 10.3.5 (client)
Server OS: Mac OS X 10.2.8 (client)

When attempting this command:

svn copy https://............/svn/vendor/widget/current \
         https://............/svn/vendor/widget/1.2.2 \
         -m "tagging widget-1.2.2"

I receive:

svn: DELETE of
'/svn/!svn/wrk/e59d9018-75e2-0310-95b1-c2590649cd14/vendor/widget/1.2.2':
Could not read status line: Secure connection truncated
(https://............)

I have tried the above command from my client machine, as well as while
logged into the server on ssh. I don't believe it's a conflict between the
client and server svn builds, since running the command from the server
terminal produces the same error ... And in that environment, the Apache
modules and command line client were created in the same compilation.

Based on looking through the list archives on the problem, I have made these
config edits:

On the server:
    /etc/subversion/servers
... Has http-compression = no set in the [global] section.

On the client:
    ~/.subversion/servers
... Also has http-compression = no set in the [global] section.

... But I still experience the problem. What else should I try to resolve
it?

Thank you,
-Clay

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