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Problem committing changes

From: David Corrales <davidger_at_racsa.co.cr>
Date: 2007-01-20 08:34:12 CET

Hi everyone. Lately, I've been having a really strange problem
committing changes to an svn repository. Here's the output:

svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: MKACTIVITY of '/!svn/act/b87c42b4-7327-0410-8618-bbecdf3356cc':
Could not read status line: connection was closed by server.

If I try to perform the commit again, it fails but the unique id
changes. I can perform updates/comparisons/replacements without problems.
I was using a 1.3.x client and switched to a 1.4.x, but it didn't solve
the problem.
It started failing one day out of the blue, and none of the other devs
are having any problems with the repository.
I already had a conversation with the tech support from python-hosting
but couldn't get anything out of it.

I'm really lost since I've tried all the suggested ideas (use another
folder for the checkout, cleanup, etc). Thanks for your time, -David

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