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Re: svn over HTTPS works everywhere but on the server host itself

From: Konstantin Kolinko <knst.kolinko_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 2009 05:35:04 +0300

2009/3/18 Pat Farrell <pfarrell_at_pfarrell.com>:
> I recently upgraded from Debian Etch to Lenny, and something changed in
> my subversion setup locally. I'm using apache2/ssl/svn (1.5.1)
> From my other computers, the client works fine. But on the
> apache/subversion server itself, if I try to use the standard Linux svn
> client, it fails:
> svn update
> svn: OPTIONS of 'https://www.pfarrell.com/repos/quad': could not connect
> to server (https://www.pfarrell.com)
> I don't see any attempt to connect in the apache or syslog.
> (...)

If your server is behind a NAT router/firewall, it may be not visible from
internal network under its public IP address.

That is, check whether
"ping www.pfarrell.com"
works for you. I guess that it does not.

https://localhost/ should work.

Best regards,
Konstantin Kolinko


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