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RE: Unexpected HTTP status 400 'Bad request'.

From: Bert Huijben <bert_at_qqmail.nl>
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2015 15:09:17 +0100

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Capon [mailto:ttabyss_at_gmail.com]
> Sent: dinsdag 8 december 2015 14:47
> To: users_at_subversion.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Unexpected HTTP status 400 'Bad request'.
>
> On 2015-12-08 05:06, Yves Martin wrote:
> > Hello‚Äč
> >
> > Is your repository served read-write by other services like svnserve
> > or eventually through SSH in addition to Apache HTTPS access ?
> I'm sorry. I don't understand what this asks. Permissions are
> controlled by a .apache_auth and .apache_htpasswd file (in addition to
> client certificates). The .apache_auth file has the folder defined as
> 'rw' for my user id.
> >
> > If so you have to check your repository file permissions: owner, group
> > and modes (for instance g+w or g+s...)
> All the file level permissions are set to rwxr-xr-x (755) and both owner
> and group are www-data, the user id under which the Apache2 service runs.
> >
> > I guess your repository has been created long ago with a previous
> > version of Subversion.
> > What is your repository format version ? Are some revisions packed ?
> > Use svnadmin info.
> Repository Format: 5
> Compatible With Version: 1.9.0
> Repository Capability: mergeinfo
> Filesystem Type: fsfs
> Filesystem Format: 7
> FSFS Sharded: yes
> FSFS Shard Size: 1000
> FSFS Shards Packed: 0/3
> FSFS Logical Addressing: no
> Configuration File: /root/subversion/root/repository/db/fsfs.conf
>
> >
> > Maybe you should use "svnadmin upgrade" to get some new features
> > properly enabled with Subversion 1.9,
> After running
> svn upgrade /root/subversion/root/repository
>
> The response was "Upgrade completed." But an svn checkout gives the
> same error:
>
> svn: E175002: Unexpected HTTP status 4000 'Bad request' on
> '/svn/repository/!svn/rvr/1903/dev...'
>
> Again, at a random file about 5 or 6 files in.
> > or even use dump/load procedure (or svnsync) to get your repository
> > ready (and optimized) for Subversion 1.9.
> We tried this in a previous e-mail (see for details).

Are you using some kind of (caching) proxy server when you connect to the server?

You are focusing your search to a disk problem (probably caused by hints on this list), while you are trying to determine what causes a 'bad HTTP request' error.

Bad requests on these urls may be caused by sending bad header values... I've seen those before when using nginx as proxy with a too strict caching policy.

        Bert
Received on 2015-12-08 15:14:33 CET

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