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Re: 400 Bad Request error from svn

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-08-09 18:37:49 CEST

Jean Figarella wrote:
> Here is my problem,
> On my network there is a subversion server to which everybody connects
> to and checks in/out code and documents. The workstations on the
> network are all based on Fedora core 3. And everybody's home
> directory is on a nfs share. This nfs share is mounted via the fstab.
> So no matter to which box a user logs in, his/her home dir is gonna
> be the same.
> Now here is the trick. I installed a new CentOS4.3 workstation for
> testing purposes. Mounted the home dirs like all the Fedora boxes. But
> whenever I try to do svn update or any other subversion command from
> my home dir I get the following:
> *Code:*
> bash-3.00$ svn update
> svn: REPORT request failed on '/svn/code/!svn/vcc/default'
> svn: REPORT of '/svn/code/!svn/vcc/default': 400 Bad Request
> (https://subversion)
> bash-3.00$
> But if I create a new directory, lets call it /local and I move there,
> then I can check out code and docuemts and do everything else.

Is the directory in the user's home directory, and is actually $HOME/local?
Or is it on the local disk, outside the NFS shares? And what is the
Subversion version on the old FC3 release and on the CentOS 4.3 release?

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