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Re: Apache diff error: invalid xml

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2006-09-22 17:14:12 CEST

On 9/22/06, Daniel <daniel123+svn@gmail.com> wrote:
> Garrett Rooney <rooneg <at> electricjellyfish.net> writes:
> > Do you happen to be running some sort of personal firewall on your
> > windows machine? In the past we've seen some of those corrupt the xml
> > we send back and forth over http, causing simliar problems. You might
> > want to search the mailng list archives for details, maybe that's the
> > problem you're having.
> >
> > -garrett
> >
> Both the client and the server are windows machines. My admin claims that the
> server doesn't have anything like a firewall or router problem, I'll check again
> though.
> On the client side, I've seen this on three of our machines now.
> More evidence that this isn't a firewall issue:
> when I try to connect to the apache server *from* the server itself
> (http://localhost....) it doesn't work. For that matter, it doesn't work from
> the server machine when I type in the DNS address. It has the exact same
> results as from a remote client.
> I will check with our admin about a firewall on the server machine.

Well, in that case I'd suggest getting us either a network trace of
the problem (via ethereal or something like that) or a neon debug
trace (you'll need Subversion 1.4 on the client for windows to do
that, it wasn't turned on for previous versions).

For getting a neon debug trace, look at the servers config file on
your client, specifically the section about neon-debug-mask.


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