On Wed, Jul 31, 2013 at 11:30 AM, Guillaume Lasnier
> Hi Lieven,
> Please find attached the tcpdump that dumps traffic between my laptop and
> the proxy. The only information I could get about the proxy is that it's
> an ISA server.
from the trace I don't really see what's going on, the proxy returns
200 Connection Established so the ssl tunnel was setup correctly,
including proxy authentication.
Now I see that homebrew provides serf 1.2.1, also for Subversion 1.8.1
(*). Serf 1.3.0 is available which includes many fixes for the ssl
tunnel and authentication code. So I propose that you test with serf
1.3.0 first. You'll have to build svn and serf manually or wait for
the homebrew project to update serf to 1.3.0.
Note: your username and password can be extract from the trace you
sent, I suggest you change them.
> Guillaume Lasnier
> On 7/29/13 7:01 PM, "Lieven Govaerts" <lgo_at_apache.org> wrote:
>>On Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 6:28 PM, Guillaume Lasnier
>>> Hi all,
>>> When issuing the following command, I get the following error:
>>> $ svn -v log
>>> svn: E120107: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
>>> svn: E120107: Error running context: The proxy server returned an error
>>> while setting up the SSL tunnel.
>>That error indicates the proxy returned an error to the CONNECT
>>request that svn uses to initiate the ssl tunnel.
>>What proxy server do you use? KeepAlive off? Specific authentication?
>>I think the easiest way to find out what's going on is to trace the
>>network traffic. Can you make a trace with fiddler or wireshark?
>>> I am using subversion 1.8.1 on Mac OS X installed with homebrew.
>>> I have configured the proxy the following way in ~/.subversion/servers :
>>> # group1 = *.collab.net
>>> # othergroup = repository.blarggitywhoomph.com
>>> # thirdgroup = *.example.com
>>> mygroup = *.myhost.mydomain
>>> # Information for my group:
>>> http-proxy-host = 192.168.xxx.xxx
>>> http-proxy-port = 1234
>>> http-proxy-username = john
>>> http-proxy-password = doe
>>> This configuration used to work with subversion 1.7.
>>Configuration looks ok, and if it has worked before then we should be
>>able to make it work in 1.8.1 too.
>>> Do have any idea?
>>> Guillaume Lasnier
Received on 2013-08-05 09:04:10 CEST