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Large commits fail from wifi-connected client through a proxy server

From: Kylo Ginsberg <kylo_at_kylo.net>
Date: Wed, 1 Jun 2011 14:14:58 -0700

I'm not sure if this is a subversion question or an apache question or a
little of both.

The setup for this was:
* linux laptop running 1.6.13
* proxy server running svn 1.6.6, fedora 12, apache 2.2.13
* master server running 1.6.6, ubuntu 10.04, apache 2.2.14

Small commits from the laptop work fine. Large commits (e.g. 16 MB) through
the proxy server work when the laptop is ethernet connected, but not when it
is wifi connected.

In the latter case, the commit fails with a "502 bad gateway" message
reported at the laptop. At the proxy server the apache error_log records
this per-failed-commit:

[Wed Jun 01 12:41:00 2011] [error] (103)Software caused connection abort:
proxy: pass request body failed to 10.1.0.6:80 (snow)
[Wed Jun 01 12:41:00 2011] [error] proxy: pass request body failed to
10.1.0.6:80 (snow) from 10.24.150.204 ()

Note that 10.1.0.6 is the subversion master server and 10.24.150.204 is the
wifi-connected laptop.

Anyone have any idea what is happening here? And whether there are any
apache/svn configuration options that might remedy this?

Thanks!
Kylo
Received on 2011-06-01 23:15:31 CEST

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