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Re: svn v1.5.1 via apache 2.0.63 on solaris "Final line in revision file longer than 64 characters"

From: Steve Whitson <steven.whitson_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 05 Aug 2008 17:06:35 -0500

A bit more info... I removed the svn 1.5.1 install, built 1.4.6 (to same
location), recreated the databases... restarted apache, and viola, the
repositories are accessible just fine under apache (http protocol via
both web-browsers and tortoise).

I would like to use the later 1.5.1 version, ideas?

Thanks much,

Steve Whitson wrote:
> I'm having trouble with a newly built subvesion 1.5.1 server. When I
> run the svnserve process, access the the test database works just
> fine. When I try access via apache through either a web-browser using
> dav or tortoise client I get the errors noted (these are copied from
> the apache log, the last error is what I see in tortoise).
> [Tue Aug 05 16:18:14 2008] [error] [client] Could not
> fetch resource information. [500, #0]
> [Tue Aug 05 16:18:14 2008] [error] [client] Could not
> open the root of the repository [500, #160004]
> [Tue Aug 05 16:18:14 2008] [error] [client] Final line in
> revision file longer than 64 characters [500, #160004]
> This is on a sparc solaris 10 system. The freshly built Apache
> version is 2.0.63.
> My apache config looks like this as a starting config to ensure things
> work:
> <Location /svntest>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /home/whitson/svntestdbs/test01
> </Location>
> I create the db using (on the sever) svnadmin creaetdb test01 while in
> the svntestdbs folder.
> As mentioned, I can launch the svnserve from this svn server
> installation, serve up the svntestdbs as the root (as follows) and all
> works just fine:
> svnserve --daemon --root /home/whitson/svntestdbs
> My tortoise clients (on different systems than the server) access via
> the svn protocol just fine. Nothing seems to be able to access the
> repository vi httpd (apache).
> Any ideas?
> Thanks much,
> -Steve
Received on 2008-08-06 00:07:09 CEST

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