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Re: Error: PROPFIND of '/repos': 301 Moved Permanently

From: <mario.reissmann_at_bbraun.com>
Date: 2007-04-26 12:49:31 CEST

Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b@ryandesign.com> schrieb am 26.04.2007
12:05:24:

> On Apr 26, 2007, at 04:12, mario.reissmann@bbraun.com wrote:
>
> > repository: D:\SVN_REP
> > I created a test repository: svnadmin create -fs-type fsfs
> > D:\SVN_REP\testrepository
>
> So D:\SVN_REP is a directory which contains multiple repositories,
> one of which is testrepository. Got it.
>

I tried to explain my situation very detailed, obviously I failed^^
Sorry, D:\SVN_REP is of course not a repository itself but the location
which is mapped in the httpd.conf.
English is not my native language, and this is my first contact with
subversion, so I hope this works :)

> > svn over Apache goes well, as http://host/repos/ shows my empty
> > testrepository folder.
>
> I would expect that http://host/repos/ would show you a list of
> repositories, including testrepository. When you click it, which
> leads you to http://host/repos/testrepository/, you see that it is
> empty. So far so good.

Exactly.
 
> > However, I cant get an empty repository on my client and import it.
>
> That sentence is confusing. I assume you mean you're having
> difficulty importing something into your server's new empty
> testrepository.

Sorry, wrong expression again. "Something" or "an empty test folder" would
have been better.
 
> > This is how I tried:
> >
> > empty folder -> TortoiseSVN -> Import
> >
> > I tried http://host/repos/ -> Authentication -> Error: PROPFIND
> > request
> > failed on '/repos' & Error: PROPFIND of '/repos': 301 Moved
> > Permanently (
> > http://.....)
>
> It's not clear to me from what you've written, but please make sure
> you've specified the correct and complete URL of the repository you
> want to import into. In particular, you will need to specify the URL
> http://host/repos/testrepository/, not http://host/repos/.
>

TortoiseSVN is a subversion client for windows which can be accessed via
right click at any time in the windows explorer.
"->" meant a right click. The import function should do the same as an
"svn import" on the command prompt.

However, I tried to import my test folder into
http://host/repos/testrepository/. The following error occurred:

Error * PROPFIND request failed on '/repos/testrepository/!svn/bc/0'
PROPFIND of '/repos/testrepository/!svn/bc/0': Could not read status line:
Eine vorhandene Verbindung wurde vom Remotehost geschlossen.
(http://.....)
The last message is German and means something like "Connection forcibly
closed by remote host".

But why?
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