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Timeout issues when commiting

From: Conner, Shawn <shawn.conner_at_abacus-direct.com>
Date: 2005-03-30 01:17:59 CEST

Several times when users are commiting changes, they are recieving one
of the following error message
svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: MERGE request failed on
svn: MERGE of
': timed out waiting for server (http://thabscc01
<BLOCKED::http://thabscc01> )
svn: Commit failed (details follow):

svn: MKCOL of
e/branches/uk_b2b_031805_19:02.branch/cmds/BAM': 405 Method Not Allowed
(http://thabscc01 <http://thabscc01/> )


I'm using Apache to process the requests, and authenticating against
active directory. The repository is about 300 megs, and there are very
few branches at this time. I have set the apache timeout to 60 minutes.
So I don't think that is where the timeout is occuring. The repository
is on a disk local to the machine containing apache. Any ideas?



Received on Wed Mar 30 01:20:32 2005

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