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RE: getting checkin errors:: svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

From: Johan Corveleyn <johan.corveleyn_at_uz.kuleuven.ac.be>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 10:34:59 +0200

> Van: Ravinder Pal S. Batra [mailto:ravinder.pal.batra_at_oracle.com]
> Verzonden: zaterdag 22 augustus 2009 2:00
> Hi,
> We have a svn repository that was working fine without any issues
> and all of a sudden we are now seeing svn: Connection closed
> unexpectedly during checkin. It is checking in the file(s) in the
> repository but is is not updating the working copy and it is
> throwing us the following error. Can someone help us with this
> issue?
> svn ci -m "test checkin"
> Sending generate_metadata_beeclient.sh
> Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly

Mmmm, you say "It is checking in the file(s) in the repository", but this output says "Commit failed". That seems kind of strange. Are you really sure the files are correctly committed (e.g. checked with some kind of repository browser like with TortoiseSVN)?

Apart from that, you'll need to give more information to get some help:
- Server platform and version?
- Which client (+version) are you using, on which platform?
- How do you connect to the repo (svn, svn+ssh, http, https, file)?
- Any logs from the server, related to your connection error (e.g. apache error log)?

First guess: were there any changes in the way you connect to the repo? Maybe there's a proxy server between client and server that got reconfigured?



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