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Re: problems with svn1.5 write-through-proxy

From: Lutz Dornbusch <svn_at_yogasurftech.de>
Date: Fri, 05 Sep 2008 07:13:39 +0200

Derek Lindner wrote:
> Hi Lutz,
> I saw your recent emails on svn-users about problems with write-through
> proxies.
> I'm having exactly the same problem as you, with the same setup.
> Did you ever resolve the "Could not execute PROPPATCH" problem you had?
> And have you confirmed that lock events are handled locally, and not
> propagated?
> Any info you have would be greatly appreciated. I'll pass along any
> solutions I find as well.
> Derek

Hi Derek,
Thanks, for reply and no, I didn't found a solution, however on my linux
box same configuration worked. As I used my windows box again as slave
the PROPPATCH error again popped up. So I think it is a weird Apache
Windows Problem. Also interesting to note is that I installed the same
binaries(!) of apache and svn on a windows 2003 server on a client and
there the whole proxy thing was running after correcting some small
errors in the httpd.conf I made before.
However the LOCK functionality is even on my linux working example
reverse: I receive locks on my client, not proxied to the master.
I resync now the locks directory on my servers. I do not know if this is
a good solution, I was told this should avoid some difficulties with
stealing/breaking locks issues. But I didn't dived into it.


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