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

From: depuys <depuys_at_imsweb.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 02:36:48 -0700 (PDT)

I forgot to mention another point I found interesting... Viewing the
repository with a Web browser works fine for the files which aren't
problematic. The problematic files return a 404 error code to the browser.
However, if you put a trailing slash on the URL in the broswer's address
box, the file is displayed correctly. In other words, a URL ending in
test_file.txt/ works but without the trailing slash, a 404 is returned.

depuys wrote:
> Hello,
> 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 this.
> 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
> '/svn/bsi/!svn/wrk/0f708b16-414b-11dd-8177-cd479e07ddbe/bsiweb/trunk/static/images/kryo_back.png':
> 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.
> Thanks,
> Scott

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