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No repository found when using ssh tunnel as root

From: Bill Wohler <wohler_at_newt.com>
Date: 2006-02-10 23:22:48 CET

Bug or user error?

    $ svn ls svn+ssh://ssh.domain.com/path
    [expected output]
    $ sudo svn ls svn+ssh://ssh.domain.com/path
    Password:
    svn: No repository found in 'svn+ssh://ssh.domain.com/path'

Note that ssh.domain.com resolves to 127.0.0.1, and I have .ssh/config
entries that say:

    Host remotehost.domain.com
        RemoteForward 2222 localhost:22
    Host ssh*.domain.com
        Port 2222

When I log into remotehost from the host with the repository, an ssh
tunnel over port 2222 so I can access my repository with ssh.domain.com.

What is different when I access this host as root than as a normal user?
It seems as if Subversion is being smart and saying to itself, aha!
ssh.domain.com is the local host, so I'll substitute a file: schema.

If I'm in a position to switch to a "real" hostname for the repository,
thereby not using the ssh tunnel, I can access it as root.

Any thoughts? Any debugging hints? It would be nice if there were an svn
-t flag which prints out what it is doing and how it is calling ssh. Is
there some way to call ssh -v?

Couldn't find anything on Google, the book, or the FAQ...

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