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Re: Is it a subversion bug ?

From: Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de>
Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2010 19:33:05 +0100

On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 10:40:25AM +0100, ge0mr ge0tl wrote:
> I thank in advance who will spend time to answer
> Snapshot:
> Machine A: Debian installation on amd64 dual-core and eclipse-helios-64 with
> svn perspective and Subversive SVN Team Provider Connector. NO JavaHL
> Connector (it has internal win32 features).
> Machine B: WinXP on Genuine Intel 32bit and Apache http server 2.2.15 +
> Apache subversion 1.6.13 correctly configured because I usually access via
> http from localhost to the repositories.
> Machine A and B are connected in a little LAN.
> On machine A I opened an eclipse workspace from root terminal, I selected
> SVN explorer perspective and I tried to set a new repository location with
> Machine B ip and repository path as usually defined in Location directive in
> httpd.conf. The connection hanged and apache http server (httpd.exe) on
> machine B crashed with this information
> szAppName : httpd.exe szAppVer : szModName :
> libsvn_subr-1.dll
> szModVer : offset : 0000a3d9
> I am administrator of machine B.
> I work with other eclipse installations on xp machines that are pointing to
> the same repo on machine B and I never had problems.
> It is the same to try as other user (no-root) from machine A.
> I already look for this issue into http://svn.haxx.se/users, finding nothing

Are you using SVNParentPath in your server configuration?
If so, this could be the mod_dav_svn crash fixed in the 1.6.15 release.
From http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion/trunk/CHANGES:

  Version 1.6.15
     * prevent crash in mod_dav_svn when using SVNParentPath (r1033166)

This crash was initially found by an eclipse user.

Received on 2010-12-16 19:33:54 CET

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