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svn will not react opon commit

From: yankee <yankee_at_cipher-code.de>
Date: 2007-08-29 13:18:46 CEST

Hi @ll,

I am using svn with svnserve and subclipse for a couple of weeks. So far
it worked very well for me.
But today, when I tried to commit some changes subclipse asked me for my
password and afterwards it did not do anything at all anymore.

I tried to commit my changes manually using `svn commit`, but the same
problem occurs. svn asks for my password and afterwards it will not
respond anymore at all. It will not even respond to Ctrl+C.

I tried to restart the svnserve, but it did not change anything. I tried
to start svn using `svnserve -X --foreground -r ...` hoping to get some
logmessages, scanned /var/log/messages but so far I was not able to get
any messages from svnserve at all.

I tried to connect to svnserve from an other computer, but the problem

I tried what will happen if I supply a wrong password, expecting an
error-message, but the problem remains unchanged.

The connection does not even seem to timeout. SVN will continue to be in
the state of no reaction until I execute `killall -9 svnserve`. This
results in the following message:
" svn: Commit failed (details follow):
     svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: Network connection closed unexpectedly"
(Yes, commit failed appears twice).

The interesting part is, that `svn update` seems to work.

Any ideas?


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