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Re: windows 2003 problems

From: Damir Kolmanic <damir_at_axiom.hr>
Date: 2004-12-10 09:34:47 CET

It was Win32 binaries. The Apache and repository are on the same machine
Win2003 server, clients are XP Professional.
I think it's all OK now. I did a very smart thing - on the server I pulled
out ethernet cable from 1000M NIC and put it in 100M NIC :-)
Checksum error was very suspicious and I tried with network diagnostic.
There were't anything suspicious but I tried to do that anyway.
It works now, but it is really strange that we haven't had problems with
other software on the same hardware configuration.


Kind regards,

Damir Kolmanic
Senior Software Developer
Axiom d.o.o.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Branko Čibej" <brane@xbc.nu>
To: "Damir Kolmanic" <damir@axiom.hr>
Cc: "Nathan Kidd" <nathan-svn@spicycrypto.ca>; <users@subversion.tigris.org>
Sent: Friday, December 10, 2004 6:13 AM
Subject: Re: windows 2003 problems

> Damir Kolmanic wrote:
>> I tried to check everything I know. I didn't mention that I can import
>> project using svnserve or apache with no problem. The problem is when I
>> want to checkout project files.
>> I was looking for checksum mismatch problem and checkout but all problems
>> I found were related with XP not having SP1 installed.
>> With Apache process hangs and after a while I get "Invalid diff stream:
>> [tgt] insn 2958 starts beyond the target view position" or "Invalid diff
>> stream: [tgt] insn 11727 cannot be decoded" , ...
>> Anyone?
> Hm hm hm. Can you tell us a bit more about the client? Is this all on the
> same machine, are you using the Win32 binaries I provide or do you by any
> chance use a cygwin version of the client?
> -- Brane
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