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Re: Moving files around on a https repository

From: Dominic Anello <danello_at_danky.com>
Date: 2004-11-18 18:01:29 CET

On 2004-11-18 15:02:18 +0800, JM Ibanez wrote:
> On 17 Nov 2004 23:37:24 -0600, kfogel@collab.net <kfogel@collab.net> wrote:
> > Andrew Leeper <me@nivenhuh.net> writes:
> > > Well.. googling for "502 bad gateway subversion" returns something
> > > relating to my issue.. but it was written back in 2003. I tried
> > > following some of the threads, but none of them showed any kind
> > > of resolution.. =/
> > >
> > > I'm more than willing to be a guinnea pig for finding a resolution
> > > to this..
> >
> > Great :-). Can you install ethereal and do a network trace of port
> > 443 (the https port) activity when you try to the the failing command?
>
> This won't work. Ethereal won't be able to see the HTTP transaction as
> it is the payload for the TLS/SSL transaction above it. All Ethereal
> will see is encrypted SSL payloads-- even the HTTP request verbs (GET
> | POST | HEAD) will be encrypted. :( I've tried this before, and I had
> to resort to installing a plugin to Firefox to diagnose an HTTPS
> transaction on a particular website we were developing.
>
> Will setting the appropriate neon debugging level work instead?

If you have access to the server's private key, there is a program
called ssldump that can show you the decrypted stream:

http://www.rtfm.com/ssldump/

-Dominic

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