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SSH+SVN - svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

From: Vincent Ducret <Vincent.Ducret_at_Sun.COM>
Date: 2005-01-05 15:37:52 CET

Hi all,
We are currently installing SubVersion on a Solaris 9-SPARC server (I
got the most recent binary from www.sunfreeware.com, it's in fact
SubVersion 1.0.5).

 From a Solaris Client machine, I can successfully access and use a SVN
repository through Apache (without SSL) and through the svnserve process
(without SSH). Unfortunately, it's not the case through svnserver + SSH.

Each svn command started from the Solaris client, e.g.
svn list svn+ssh://,
  got the following message:
"svn: Connection closed unexpectedly"
after the SSH authentication step

Here is the contents of /var/adm/messages on Solaris server:
  Jan 5 15:24:30 xxxxx sshd[6976]: [ID 800047 auth.info] Accepted
password for user_id from port 50494 ssh2

I didn't find any error log from svnserver process. Do you know where I
can find these logs (if they exist) ??

On the Solaris Server, svnserve process is started through inetd (I
tried to start it without inetd, but same error on the client-side).

Inetd.conf Excerpt:
# Subversion
svn stream tcp nowait projadm /usr/local/bin/svnserve svnserve -i -t -r

Note that I can successfully open an SSH tunnel between my client and
server machines through ssh userid@server_machine

Am I missing some additional SSH configuration (to support SVN) ??

Any help would be really appreciate


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