On Tue, May 13, 2008 at 6:01 AM, Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, May 12, 2008 at 6:53 PM, Hari Kodungallur
> <hkodungallur_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Got this error today and I have not been able to detect what is wrong.
> > [Mon May 12 11:30:49 2008] [error] [client 192.xx.xx.xx] Provider
> > encountered an error while streaming a REPORT response. [400, #0]
> > In this particular case, it happened when checking out the repository
> > TortoiseSVN. The checkout stops with a "Connection timeout". And at that
> > time I see the above message in the apache error_log.
> > This is not reproducible. Sometimes it goes through just fine. And when
> > does fail, a subsequent update starts updating the directory where it
> > just failed with the Connection timeout error.
> > After doing some googling, it seems like the issue might be with
> > However, I am not completely sure what the solution is.
> > Has anyone encountered this issue before? Can you please suggest a
> > svn server - 1.4.2
> > clients - all 1.4.x (ranging from 1.4.2 to 1.4.6)
> > apache - 2.2.3
> > apr - 1.2.7
> > server os - centos5
> I just got this as well last night. I'm running (on the server) Win2K
> SP4, SVN 1.2.3 (yes, I know it's not supported), Apache 2.055, with
> whatever APR that version of SVN came with in the Win32 installer.
> The contents of the repository URL I was checking out were about
> 550MB, mostly contained in about 900 PDF files. The checkout failed
> less than halfway through; when I did an svn up on the WC, it
> completed successfully. This is part of an automated build/deploy
> process for a J2EE app; fortunately, because the checkout failed, the
> build tool (Anthill) didn't remove the previous version, so we never
> went offline.
Similar issue for me as well. The checkout fails in a directory that
contains thousands of image files. And similarly, the problem is with the
script that pushes the updates to website. This script sometimes has to do a
clean checkout and that is when the issues pops up.
Until I can get to fix this, I have 'solved' it by also starting svnserve so
the repo can be accessed using svn://. There are no issues accessing it
through svn:// and so quite likely the issue lies in apache/apr.
> I've seen http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#tiger-apr-0.9.6 but
> I'm not running Tiger (nor is Hari). I do have plans to migrate this
> repository to a Win2K3 server once SVN 1.5 is released, and do the
> migration & upgrade simultaneously.
> Until that day comes, is this checkout failure something I can expect
> every time, or will it be intermittent?
Received on 2008-05-13 16:42:49 CEST