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Re: error on checkout

From: Aaron Montgomery <eeyore_at_monsterworks.com>
Date: 2005-11-10 19:40:49 CET

On Nov 10, 2005, at 7:58 AM, Mitch Christow wrote:

> Erased the .svn folder within the project folder and attempted
> another checkout – same error
> Attempted checkout from repository into completely different folder
> (newly created) – same error
> Copied the repository and attempted checkout from copied repository
> into yet another new folder – same error
> Upgraded tortoiseSVN to the latest version (from 1.2.5 to 1.2.6
> Build 4786) and attempted a checkout from the repository to a new
> folder – same error
> Executed the checkout from the command line to a new working
> directory – same error
> I can browse the repository with the ‘Repo-browser’ just fine and I
> also copied the repository to a Windows 2000 computer and attempted
> a checkout and that actually worked. So I am sure that the
> repository itself is fine. I don’t think that it is related to
> Tortoise SVN since I get the same error from the command line. If
> anyone has any other ideas as to how to solve this problem I would
> be eternally grateful.

I was having a similar problem (different error, mine said
"Connection closed unexpectedly"). Check out would start, I would get
the error and the project and .svn folders were created but no files
checked out. I could then issue an update command and all the files
would be checked out and moved into the directory. After your
checkout fails, can you do an update?

I'm running the client on a Mac OS X 10.4.3 and the server on Mac OS
X 10.3.9. Both are version 1.2.3.

14:~/ % sudo rm -r test
15:~/ % ls
Desktop Music Sites (Archived)
Developer Pictures _Applications
Documents Printers _Documents
Downloads Public bin
Library Server cgi
Movies Sites eeyore.gif
16:~/ % svn checkout svn://pc75666.math.cwu.edu/test
svn: Connection closed unexpectedly
17:~/ % svn update test
A test/foo.c
A test/bar.c
A test/foo.h
Updated to revision 4.
18:~/ %

I posted to the list and got no reply so I figured it was some sort
of firewall issue peculiar to my situation (I have no control over
where the server resides on the network, nor any control over which
ports are blocked, in fact, I can't seem to get our IT department to
tell me much of anything). I'm willing to dig through log files if I
knew where to look.

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