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Re: COPY and reverse-proxies

From: Tony Morris <tmorris_at_tmorris.net>
Date: 2006-12-30 22:22:42 CET

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Konrad Rosenbaum wrote:
> Hi,
>
> in order to limit the damage if one of my dozens of web applications is
> exploited by the script kiddie of the day, I have my subversion running on
> one Apache instance in the background and access it through a reverse proxy
> Apache that is visible to the world (and unifies over a dozen background
> Apaches into different vhosts/URLs inside its own namespace).
>
> Now the problem is: if I try to commit a change that contains a copy
> operation I get "502 Bad Gateway" back from SVN.

I have had exactly this problem. Are you using mod_proxy to go between
HTTP and HTTPS? If so, the solution/workaround is to use one or other.

Tony Morris
http://tmorris.net/

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