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RE: Sudden Problems Creating Directories

From: Mattheis, Erik W. <Erik.W.Mattheis_at_espn.com>
Date: 2006-12-13 20:22:05 CET

I was thinking that the weirdest part was that up until a few days ago,
we had absolutely no problems doing the exact same thing. So, I started
digging into what could have possibly changed since then, and it turns
out the 'KeepAlive' directive in Apache's config was switched to 'On'
from 'Off' globally. I added 'KeepAlive Off' to the virtual host for
Subversion, and everything is working once again. Sorry for the wild
goose chase! Thanks for taking the time to respond.
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        Erik Mattheis
        Associate Architect
        Web Development
        ESPN, Inc.

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From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markphip@gmail.com]

Weird. I was also expecting to see the same error about creating the
directory.

Try running svn log against the repos root and see what it says about
those revisions. Maybe somehow the space in the name is causing the
folder to be created in a different location?

Mark
Received on Wed Dec 13 20:23:00 2006

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