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"connection closed unexpectedly" during checkout

From: Aaron Montgomery <eeyore_at_monsterworks.com>
Date: 2005-10-14 00:32:39 CEST

Completely new to subversion. Attempting to set up a server on Mac OS
X (10.3.9) and a client on Mac OS X (10.4.2). Subversion version
1.2.3 on both machines. Everything appeared to go as expected, but
when I try to checkout I receive the following response:

%svn checkout svn://XXX.edu/test
svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

However the test directory is created and the .svn subdirectory is
created (it looks like it is complete). However, the files in the
repository are not downloaded to my local machine. I'm pretty sure
I've got the everything correct as I can do a list command

%svn list svn://XXX.edu/test

and an update command (which succeeds)

%svn update svn://XXX.edu/test
A test/foo.c
A test/bar.c
A test/foo.h

(I can issue the update command immediately, the list command doesn't
need to be issued before the update).

The server is behind a firewall (over which I have no control), so
maybe that is the issue (this was my first thought, but the update
command seems to work).

Any suggestions would be appreciated. The only solutions I saw on the
list archives were attempting to svnadmin recover which I tried. It
didn't solve this problem and I don' t think the repository is
corrupt since I can successfully update from the repository.


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Received on Fri Oct 14 00:34:19 2005

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