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Problems with diff over DAV, but ci, co, log, etc. work fine, all is well with svnserve

From: Christopher Nehren <apeiron+usenet_at_coitusmentis.info>
Date: 2005-03-31 03:20:45 CEST

I'm running into a problem with running 'svn diff' on any of my
repositories when I try to access the repository via DAV. Here's the
output that I see:

[(20:13:00) apeiron@prophecy ~/blah] svn diff -r1
svn: REPORT request failed on '/repos/blah/!svn/vcc/default'
svn: REPORT of '/repos/blah/!svn/vcc/default': Could not read status \
line: connection was closed by server. (http://adjunct)

httpd-access.log:
192.168.0.5 - - [30/Mar/2005:20:13:23 -0500] "PROPFIND /repos/blah \
HTTP/1.1" 207 651 "-" "SVN/1.1.3 (r12730) neon/0.24.7"

httpd-error.log:
[Wed Mar 30 20:13:23 2005] [notice] child pid 13495 exit signal \
Segmentation fault (11)
[Wed Mar 30 20:13:25 2005] [notice] child pid 13595 exit signal \
Segmentation fault (11)

I'm running on FreeBSD 5.4-BETA1, though I also saw this on FreeBSD
4.10-STABLE from a long time ago. The Apache is 2.0.53. I've tried
removing the vhosts from my setup, I've tried running the default
configuration file with the SVN bits -- I even reinstalled my
non-Windows OS(!) to try to get this fixed, but the error is still
there. I'm quite convinced that it's something with my Apache setup, but
I'm not sure where to look.

I'd *really* like to avoid having to rebuild Subversion and Apache with
debug symbols, considering that

1. It's a Pentium 233. :) Hardware donations welcome.
2. The web server serves other content, and I don't want to interfere
with that any more than I have already.

With this in mind, does anyone have any suggestions for what I might try
to be able to fix this? I've been quite frustrated with this for over a
week now. Any additional information is freely available; ask and ye
shall receive.

P.S.: Subversion rocks. Once I get this minor nit fixed, I'm going to
suggest it to the FreeBSD developers once more, and point them to KDE
switching to it. :D

Best Regards,
Christopher Nehren

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pejorative meaning "stupid and unsophisticated". -- Ken Thompson
If you ask the wrong questions, you get answers like "42" and "God".
Unix is user friendly. However, it isn't idiot friendly.
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