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Re: An established connection was aborted by the software in your host machine.

From: Eric Johnson <eric_at_tibco.com>
Date: Fri, 15 Apr 2016 09:56:30 -0700

I've seen this kind of error, and usually it seems to map to problems with
the network connectivity. In addition to checking for Apache configuration,
also check for proxies that might be disrupting the communication.

You're also using a very old version of the Subversion server, and
presumably an old version of Apache. Upgrading will almost certainly
address some of the problems you're seeing.

For upgrade alternatives, you'll need to go outside of the stock CentOS
repositories. For example:

On Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 9:43 AM, Gronde, Christopher (Contractor) <
Christopher.Gronde_at_fincen.gov> wrote:

> We have a user who is trying to commit a 5MB file (he says the file is
> larger than he normally uploads) and he is receiving the error in subject
> of this email. I have looked at the apache error_log (after upping the
> logging to debug) as well as access_log, and find nothing that shows why
> this error is happening. Someone suggested changing the name of the file
> and attempting again, but that did not work either. Any assistance in
> troubleshooting this would be much appreciated. I have googled all I can
> and can’t find any definitive answer to this issue.
> SVN Version: 1.6.11 (r934486) OS RHEL 6.7 Client OS Windows 7 Client
> Version: TortoiseSVN 1.7.7, Build 22907 – 64bit No local firewall on
> server I believe there is a physical firewall between client machine and
> SVN server No load balancer Error is generated by the SVN client when
> committing the file.
> V/r
> Chris (CTR)
> Linux Systems Administrator
> Network Monitoring Engineer
Received on 2016-04-15 18:56:56 CEST

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