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

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 16:00:41 -0500

On Jul 8, 2008, at 04:36, depuys wrote:

> depuys wrote:
>> 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.
> 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.

That's obviously not normal, so something in the way your apache is
set up must be causing this. Examine your apache configuration file
and any ancillary configuration files it may be including.

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