For me works ok until two weeks ago. I noticed for first time that I
can't access from a machine inside a firewall (I have
'~/.subversion/servers' configured correctly).
But few days ago I noticed that I can't access from another machine
(without firewalls in the middle) neither the same machine.
I have svn 1.5 debian package. I'm not sure if an 'safe-upgrade' can
change something, maybe the glibc.... I don't know.
Well, I just call to CSI...
2009/6/9 David Weintraub <qazwart_at_gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 11:35 AM, Javi Legido <javi_at_legido.com> wrote:
>> It works, but I don't understand why subversion was able to resolve the
>> name and now not...
> I never figured it out myself and neither could anyone I talked to.
> When I had svn 1.5.x, I had no problems accessing my server, but Subversion
> 1.6 couldn't. I had several SysAdmins look at it, and they couldn't figure
> it out. I asked the list, but no one here could either.
> So, I just added it into /etc/hosts, and it worked.
> I expect it's something with the way Subversion is calling the library
> routines it needs to translate the domain name into a IP address. I bet
> Subversion gets some sort of error back from those routines and believes it
> can't find the host even though the host IP address was returned.
> Could this be an IP6 thing? I have no idea, but it has something to do with
> the way Subverion 1.6.x finds the Subversion repository host that is
> different than Subversion 1.5.x.
> David Weintraub
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