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Problem with write through proxy

From: Joseph Isenberg <jisenberg_at_welldoc.com>
Date: Wed, 30 May 2012 11:40:33 -0400

I'm trying to set up a write through proxy and it was going OK. We want the
communication between the slave and the master to be encrypted so we wanted
to use https. I figured out how to get apache to do that by adding
"SSLProxyEngine on" to the config and it seemed to work, but I can't commit
a revision that has a copy. I'm getting a 502 Bad Gateway error on the COPY
request. I'm using http from the client to the slave and https between the
slave and the master. I switched back down to using http for the
SVNMasterURI and the copy went through. I don't really know anything about
the protocol, but I think the error is because the destination header has
an http url. The eventual plan is to use https both between the client and
the slave and between the slave and the master, but I didn't set up SSL on
the slave yet. It's possible that if I did have https on the slave and an
http master uri I would have the same problem.

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