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Re: E730054: Error running context: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host.

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2017 08:54:32 -0500

On Tue, Jan 17, 2017 at 12:40 PM, Maloney, Daniel <Daniel.Maloney_at_bms.com>

> I've got a Collabnet Subversion Edge instance that I've been running for
> years with no issues. Got a complaint from a user about a month ago that
> she couldn't checkout a repo. I verified the issue, error text in
> TortoiseSVN client window was "E730054: Error running context: An existing
> connection was forcibly closed by the remote host." I've tried other repos,
> and they all fail with this same error. Same thing happens with TortoiseSVN
> or the command line client. All repos were working fine and everyone's
> permissions were correct before the issue cropped up, and everyone can
> still browse the repos on ViewVC. The same error is happening on multiple
> repos and even happens on new test repos. The error seems to crop up at
> random places in the checkout process - sometimes a few files into the
> checkout, sometimes dozens. It never stops at the same file, or even a
> similar file in terms of size. It seems pretty random. And again, it’s
> happening on multiple repos.
> I've tried restarting Subversion Edge, rebooting the server, upgrading the
> Tortoise client, and I went so far as to upgrade Subversion Edge on the
> server to 5.1.4-4353.41. I can't see anything useful in the logs from the
> times I try to check out and get errors. Haven't found much useful when I
> Google this, so I thought I'd ask for help from the forum.
> OS is RHEL 4.4.7-4, SVN Edge is providing Apache 2.4.23 and SVN 1.8.17

Is this accurate in terms of the OS? RHEL 4? I am somewhat surprised SVN
Edge would run on that OS as we have never tested it. Not even 8 years ago
when SVN Edge first came out and RHEL 4 was only "old".

Mark Phippard
Received on 2017-01-18 14:55:38 CET

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