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RE: Update causes "400 Bad request"

From: Robert Hunter <robert.hunter_at_gen-i.co.nz>
Date: 2005-02-23 21:31:08 CET

Florian Pose wrote:
> Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
>> Probably an http-proxy not recognizing the webdav REPORT request, and
>> blocking it?
>> Though, if that were true, the initial checkout wouldn't work either.
>> Can you see the '400' error in the apache errorlog?
> Ok, I got it! It was squid blocking the REPORT requests.
> But now there's another strange thing: The "svn update" doesn't
> work with all versions (notice the type extender at the end
> of the lines - html/xml)


> Seems to be, that the "text/html" makes the difference.
> Can someone explain this?

I'm no expert, but could it be the Squid proxy blocking
MIME content types?

Considering that explicitly blocking text/xml would be
a pretty extreme measure, Squid may be configured to
only allow certain types (like text/html, image/gif,
text/plain) and disallow all others?

It's worth a look, anyway.

Robert Hunter
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