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500 Internal Server Error

From: Torin Ford <TFord_at_venturipartners.com>
Date: 2004-12-08 17:25:37 CET

Hey all,

   I'm currently trying to commit some changed files, and am running
into a 500 Internal Server Error. The setup is as follows:


Entire repository checked out on branch one

Use svn switch to switch 1 directory to branch two

Modify files in branch two

Use svn ci to commit.


I've tried svn ci on the individual files, as well as the entire
directory. Either way I end up with output such as:


<path on disk here>>svn commit <directory_name>

Adding <directory_name>\<file_name_1>

Adding <directory_name>\<file_name_2>

Sending <directory_name>\<file_name_3>

svn: Commit failed (details follow):

svn: CHECKOUT of '/svn/webjet/!svn/ver/9901/branches/<branch and
directory path>/<file_name_3>': 500 Internal Server Error

svn: Your commit message was left in a temporary file:

svn: <path on disk>/svn-commit.tmp'


I should mention that the svn client is on windows and the server is of
course linux. We've seen this a number of times and have not found a
way around it. We also have not found any similarities between the
files that it tries to send and fails on.


Torin Ford

Comsys IT Partners
Received on Wed Dec 8 18:13:38 2004

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