I'm embarrassed to say that I was suffering from the IDO-10-T error
I was using the wrong path to get to my repository.... I'm sorry I
wasted your time. Have a great day!
Heather L. Matthews
LAN/Network Specialist Associate
Science Applications International Corporation
SAIC - "From Science to Solutions"
4473 Indian Head Hwy
Indian Head Maryland 20640
Office: (301) 753-5600
Fax: (301) 753-5600
From: Mark Eramo [mailto:mark.eramo_at_trustvesta.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 16, 2008 9:10 AM
To: Matthews, Heather L.
Subject: Re: error: no repository found
How do you connect to your repository, via Apache Web Server or do
you just use and svnserve service? Could it be that either of those,
depending on what you use, did not start up automatically when you
rebooted the server? For example, I use svnserve and I have a startup
script that I have to run to start the service to allow users to connect
to the repository. It is actually something I have to add to my server
startup process so that when I reboot the server, it starts up
Also, from another machine make sure you can ping the serve, use the IP
Address you listed below.
Matthews, Heather L. wrote:
> I am now getting the Error: Can't connect to host '184.108.40.206': A
> connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly
> respond after a period of time, or established connection failed
> because connected host has failed to respond.
> All I have done is reboot the server.
> If you can assist me with this issue I would appreciate it. Thanks so
> **Heather L. Matthews**
> LAN/Network Specialist Associate
> Science Applications International Corporation
> SAIC - "From Science to Solutions"
> 4473 Indian Head Hwy
> Indian Head Maryland 20640
> Office: (301) 753-5600
> Fax: (301) 753-5600
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Received on 2008-01-16 18:24:00 CET