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RE: Update Error over VPN

From: Stümpfig, Thomas <thomas.stuempfig_at_siemens.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 2015 07:51:00 +0000

I forgot to mention, indeed, the full path in the error message indicates that large avi files were involved in the update operation.

-----Original Message-----
From: Alfred von Campe [mailto:alfred_at_von-campe.com]
Sent: Dienstag, 10. März 2015 15:59
To: Bert Huijben
Cc: Branko Èibej; Stümpfig, Thomas; users_at_subversion.apache.org; Nico Kadel-Garcia
Subject: Re: Update Error over VPN


> This error can be triggered (without further details) if our serf HTTP library decides to cancel the request... But for that it would need a good reason.
> It would be very interesting to know what caused this... A network trace (or serf debug output) would be very valuable. What platform do you see these problems on?

The client and server are both running Linux: CentOS 6.6 with WANdisco V1.8.11 binaries on the client and Red Hat 5.8 with compiled from source 1.7.5 binaries on the server. How to I create a network trace and/or serf debug output?

> In another somehow related case that I'm investigating (strict firewall over a VPN link) it really helped to switch to the Subversion 1.9 pre-beta version... It would be very interesting to know if this has the same effect for you.

I can ask the user to give this a try. Do you have binaries for CentOS 6.6 available?

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