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Commit problems with certain file types using https:// URLs

From: depuys <depuys_at_imsweb.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2008 12:04:35 -0700 (PDT)


I'm attempting to configure Subversion so all user access is via Apache and
https:// URLs. Converting CVS repositories and creating new ones has gone
well. However, the problem we're having is committing certain file types.
Extensions txt, png, gif, and jpg are problematic. Extensions cfg, sas,
bin, html, java, xml, asdf, c, asc, and tiff are fine. The errors look like

svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: CHECKOUT of
'/svn/seerdms/!svn/ver/34186/seerdms/trunk/conf/cp/test_file.txt': 501
Method Not Implemented (https://intranet2.imsweb.com)

Transmitting file data ....svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: PUT of
405 Method Not Allowed (https://intranet2.imsweb.com)

Everything works fine using file:// access. The Apache error logs don't
report any problems. The return codes 405 and 501 can be seen in the Apache
access logs but nothing helpful is there. I've looked at the Apache mime
types and can't find a correlation between these types. I've also looked at
~/.subverison/config and can't gain any insight into the issue.


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