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Re: Subversion Service issue

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2005-10-28 12:42:27 CEST

On Oct 27, 2005, at 18:31, Yogesh Hinduja wrote:

> I'm using subversion 1.2.1 on Windows 2003 Standard edition
> platform. Today I'm facing a critical problem in subversion and
> because of this no network user can access repository database.
> Every time when a user try to check out or repo-browser from client
> workstations, they got an error message "connection is actively
> refused by Target machine".
> When I checked it on server, where we stored all repository, I
> found a message related to Subversion service. here is the error
> message on server.
> "This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an
> unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more
> information."
> It stopped Subversion service forcibly.

I'm also not a Windows guy (sorry), so I'm not sure of the solution,
but I have seen this error message pop up a few times before on this
mailing list:


Perhaps one of those threads will be the solution you're looking for.

In particular:




The latter has a patch to fix this in one instance. It was written
when 1.2.0 was current and 1.2.1 was right around the corner, so it
may not have made it into 1.2.1. You should upgrade to the current
version, 1.2.3, and see if that helps. I was unable to find a bug
report about this situation, so I do not know whether the patch ever
made it into Subversion. If it did not, you could apply the patch to
the source distribution and build it yourself and see if that helps.

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