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Re: More debug info options than "neon-debug-mask = 130"?

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-05-22 06:22:52 CEST

On 5/21/06, Jeff Jensen <jeffjensen@upstairstechnology.com> wrote:

> Yes, I can ssh to the Linux server svn is on, and that goes through ISA.
> It's how I maintain the server.
> I infer you mean to try a svn commit over ssh. Just tried that, and even
> the list command doesn't work (not sure if that means I have something else
> wrong?):

No, I mean something like this:

ssh -L 80:svn.server.hostname.com:80 some.random.host

It'll start an ssh tunnel on port 80 of your local machine, and any
connection to that port will result in a connection being made to
svn.server.hostname.com but routed over the tunnel to
some.random.host, so the connection comes from some.random.host, not
your local machine. It lets you circumvent the proxy server if you
ssh to the proper host.

One caveat, if your server is set up under a virtual host you might
need to make sure you're accessing it via the proper hostname, so you
could set /etc/hosts so that the remote hostname of the server
resolves to localhost, then, once that's set up and the ssh tunnel is
running you just run 'svn co http://the.usual.server.name/repos/trunk'
as normal.


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