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OpenSSL error message

From: Maurice Termeer <m.a.termeer_at_sindel.nl>
Date: 2005-09-23 16:30:31 CEST

A few weeks ago I set up a subversion server (I chose the apache module
and required access over ssl exclusively) and basically everything
worked fine, except that I could not check out locally (that is, login
on the server itself and do an svn co https://blabla there). I would get
the following error message.

OpenSSL internal error, assertion failed: s->sid_ctx_length <= sizeof

And then svn terminated. That was with subversion 1.1.3, but even when I
upgraded tot 1.2.3 (I run Gentoo by the way), the problem remained.
After googleing for a while, I found a quite old message of somebody
having the exact same problem (with the same error message), but with
subversion version 0.37 or something like that

The solution in that thread was to recompile neon, and just typing
'emerge neon' did the trick indeed. That was quite strange, since the
installed version was exactly the same (0.24.7).

My whole point is that, just like Ben Collins-Sussman mentioned, maybe
this error should be included in the FAQ somewhere.

Regards, Maurice

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Received on Fri Sep 23 16:31:15 2005

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