David Weintraub <qazwart_at_gmail.com> wrote on 03/27/2009 11:21:05 AM:
> I'm not too worried about a Denial of Service Attack since this server
> is behind a firewall and is unreachable via The Tubes.
> Of course, if someone really wanted to do a DOS attack on our clients,
> they'd let us install our software (RIM SHOT!)... But, seriously
> I've increased the timeout from 120 seconds to 240 seconds (these are
> seconds. Right?). I was worried if this was too much, but I can see
> from your example that you increased this to 1200 seconds or about 20
Yes, that value I have is extremely large to workaround this
issue for gigantic files on very slow access devices...
> I've found a bit more information going on. From what I read, this
> seems to be a problem with directories that contain lots of files and
> with Windows SP3. And, yes, it is happening on our Windows SP3 and in
> a directory with lots and lots of files in it. We'll see if this
> Anyone else ran into this issue or has modified their Timeout setting on
> And, what is the official Subversion policy of the Apache "KeepAlive"
> setting. By default, this is off. Should I turn it on for a Subversion
I have keepalive on (with a much smaller timeout of 5 sec). I think
this is mainly because I was testing some connection oriented
authentication stuff, but it might improve some other situations
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Received on 2009-03-27 17:50:11 CET