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SVNSERVE access - Network Trouble

From: Kevin M. Green <kevin.green_at_smooware.com>
Date: 2005-03-31 18:59:08 CEST

I posted this previously as "Trouble with the IMPORT command"
I am running:
> SVNSERVE V1.1.3 is running on
> Windows Server 2003 using the FSFS option.
>I receive the following errors when doing IMPORT, CHECKOUT, COMMIT.
> Checksum mismatch for resulting fulltext
> (PATH.../image187.png); [different file each time I run]
> expected checksum: 48d2aecd44b699421d63048fd47cd550
> actual checksum: 8d4bc6fa4d9f18db1e0427762d921f92
> Invalid diff stream: [new] insn 4178 overflows the new data section
> Invalid diff stream: [new] insn 1783 overflows the target view

This problem turned out to be network related -
If I access svnserve by staying inside our local network;
From the server machine if I used svn://localhost or svn://
or from a workstation if I used the inside IP address svn://10.1.1.x
no problem at all.

If I used our outside IP svn://xxx.xxx.xxx.xx from any machine
then I guess the traffic goes though our LINKSYS router (BEFSR41)
which is configured to do port forwarding of 3690
to the inside SVN server machine IP.
Then I get the errors pretty consistently.
This leads me to believe that it is an issue with the router.

I am going to see if my people can VPN to our LAN and
access the svnserve from there.
Hopefully the router will leave the VPN connection alone
and the data being handled through it.

Anyone else encounter this or related trouble?
Any ideas on the root cause and / or solution?


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Received on Thu Mar 31 19:04:04 2005

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