Ryan Schmidt schrieb:
> On Sep 5, 2006, at 15:56, Bernd BŁttner wrote:
>>>> svn import -m "IMPORT" --editor-cmd C:\WINDOWS\notepad.exe
>>>> "D:\Eigene Dateien\Eigene Webs\Verleih\trunk" http:\\svn\test\trunk
>>>> Got following error:
>>>> svn: PROPFIND Anfrage fehlgeschlagen auf
>>>> svn: could not open the requested SVN filesystem
>>>> The results in the apache error-log and the svn-access-log are
>>>> exactly the same as with TortoiseSVN
>>>> In my opinion the problem is in the following line aof the
>>>> 172.16.0.10 - - [05/Sep/2006:12:17:43 +0200] "PROPFIND
>>>> /test/trunk/wnd_delete_php_error.php HTTP/1.1" 500 239 "-"
>>>> "SVN/1.3.2 (r19776) neon/0.25.4"
>>>> The PROPFIND command is for a file that can't be present on the server.
>>>> That is ok. But the return shows http-result 500, which - i think -
>>>> is wrong. On the system I'm running at home the same PROPFIND
>>>> command is running, but the http-result is 404, which means file not
>>>> found, and the import is done well.
>>> Well, there should be forward slashes, not backslashes, in URLs:
>> I tried it. No change in result.
>>> And have you tried using the hostname you specified in the ServerName
>>> directive instead of "svn"?
>>> If you want to be able to use the alias "svn" then you'll probably
>>> have to add the directive "ServerAlias svn". Or have you already done
>> There is a ServerAlias in the configuration, I tried the complete
>> address anyway -> no change.
>> What can you say to my guess about the PROPFIND return?
> Then I'm not sure what to say. I agree that the PROPFIND status code 500
> seems wrong, but I have no information about why it would be that way or
> what to do now. Maybe a developer can comment.
Thank you anyway.
I hope a developer reads this.
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Received on Wed Sep 6 18:48:41 2006