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Error: "Could not write EOS to filter" with mod_dav_svn

From: Allan Wang <allanvv_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 00:22:47 -0400


I'm running svn version 1.6.2, apache 2.2.8 on CentOS 5. I've had a
repository using fsfs running for a while now, but I've suddenly have
a directory start giving me these errors in apache's error log, when
attempting to access it through http:

(2)No such file or directory: Could not write EOS to filter. [500,
#0], referer: https://site/repos/broken/
Unable to deliver content. [500, #0], referer: https://site/repos/broken/

I've googled for this EOS error message, and I can't find anyone else
with this same problem, only actual source code that mentions the

I can successfully access any of the files inside the folder, and all
files and folder outside this broken one. This only started happening
recently, after a few commits. I can access al of the modified files
in these commits, and none were added or removed.

However, I can still access the directory locally using
file:///path/to/broken/dir, and do list -v and log successfully on it.

What could be wrong here? I've already tried dumping the repository
and reloading it, and that didn't fix anything.



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