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Re: Machine hosting repository given new IP... can't commit

From: waqas Arshed <cs1624_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2008 09:27:19 -0700 (PDT)

--- On Tue, 7/1/08, svn_at_celticblues.com <svn_at_celticblues.com> wrote:

> I have a repository located on a machine in our facility.
> When the
> original repository was created the machine was setup with
> DHCP. Since
> the repository was created, it has been assigned a static
> IP, which is
> different than the one under which the repository was
> created. When I
> tried to commit my changes a few minutes, I get an error
> message
> saying there was no route to host/connection failed of
> course... How
> do I correct the situation, i.e. make my machine point to
> the same
> repository, which is on the same machine, but with the new
> IP?
> Thanks,
> Ed

I think your problem can be solved by relocating your working copy to new url. Please use SWITCH command with --relocate switch to point to the url of repository with new ip/host name.

For more details about relocating, please see:


Waqas Arshed


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