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Re: Possible bug, unless someone knows what's wrong

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 18:28:21 -0400

On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 11:34 AM, Joseph Woodruff <guamazoz_at_gmail.com> wrote:

> Centos doesn't come with native support for Subversion higher than 1.1.4, so
> I am using the Dag Weirs rpm package (rpmforge.net) for CentOS. It didn't
> update the apr package, so I wonder if this issue might be related to that.
> Either way, I am using TortoiseSVN on a windows machine to import a project.
> It starts showing that it's adding files, but when it hits "config.ini", it
> fails. The file is a simple text file. I've tried putting another config.ini
> file somewhere else in the tree, and it fails too. So, anywhere there is a
> config.ini, it will fail.
> I've run it multiple times through an https:// connection, and it's failed
> every time with a 404 File not found error on that file:
> Error: PUT of
> '/svn2/!svn/wrk/5846e394-2343-9d48-b2c1-dab8d169f513/trunk/Smarty-2.6.3/config.ini':
> 404 Not Found (https://www.mydomain.org)

I have seen similar problems to this where the problem was that the
Apache server, or a proxy server, was configured to look for files
with a certain name and do something with them. For example, I've
seen people have Apache configured to route all JSP requests to Tomcat
and then they cannot commit a JSP.

In your case I do not know what it would be, but I'd bet a
considerable chunk of money that something in your network
infrastructure is getting in the way because of this specific file
name or extension.

Mark Phippard
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Received on 2008-08-01 00:28:44 CEST

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