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  • Unable to commit file through svn, server sent truncated HTTP response body

    - by Rocket3G
    I have my own VPS, on which I want to run a simple SVN + chiliproject setup. I have re-installed SVN, CHILI and the OS several times, and it always works for a couple of hours/days and then it just stops working. Well, everything works, except I can't upload any files. Committing directories seems to work just fine, but when I try to commit a file it breaks. I have an error log file, which gives me the following text when I try to commit something x.x.x.x - - [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "OPTIONS /project HTTP/1.1" 200 149 x.x.x.x - - [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "PROPFIND /project HTTP/1.1" 207 346 x.x.x.x - - [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "MKACTIVITY /project/!svn/act/c11d45ac-86b6-184a-ac5a-9a1105d64563 HTTP/1.1" 401 345 x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "MKACTIVITY /project/!svn/act/c11d45ac-86b6-184a-ac5a-9a1105d64563 HTTP/1.1" 201 262 x.x.x.x - - [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "PROPFIND /project HTTP/1.1" 207 236 x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "CHECKOUT /project/!svn/vcc/default HTTP/1.1" 201 271 x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "PROPPATCH /project/!svn/wbl/c11d45ac-86b6-184a-ac5a-9a1105d64563/1 HTTP/1.1" 207 267 x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "CHECKOUT /project/!svn/ver/1 HTTP/1.1" 201 271 x.x.x.x - - [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "HEAD /project/index.html HTTP/1.1" 404 - x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:01:46 +0200] "PUT /project/!svn/wrk/c11d45ac-86b6-184a-ac5a-9a1105d64563/index.html HTTP/1.1" 201 269 x.x.x.x - admin [19/Oct/2013:00:02:04 +0200] "DELETE /project/!svn/act/c11d45ac-86b6-184a-ac5a-9a1105d64563 HTTP/1.1" 204 - So it seems that it PUTs the file (test.html) correctly, and somehow somewhere something is wrong (file permissions are alright, when I purposely stated that they are wrong, it gave me errors, which is expected, and they were about the file permissions being incorrect. The odd thing is that files won't get added, but directories are fine. I also have enough storage left on my machine. What I should note, perhaps, is that I use Ubuntu 12.04.3 with ruby 1.9.3, mysql 14.14 and I have it set up that Chiliproject handles the authentication and authorization for the project. It works, because I can commit directories and read it all correctly, though I can't upload files. Help would really be appreciated, as I don't know what on earth is going on with this 'truncated http response body'. I tried to read them with wireshark, but it basically gave me the same information. With regards, Ps. I have no clue what the delay between put and delete is, as it's a file of a mere 500 bytes, so it's uploaded in approximately a second. Pps. I copied this question from StackOverflow to this site, as I didn't know the existence of this site and another user suggested that I'd get more answers here, as it's basically a server fault.

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  • Is there a better approach in migrating SIT SVN to UAT SVN?

    - by huahsin68
    In web development, given a same piece of source code, and being deploy to SIT (system integration testing) SVN/WAS and UAT (user acceptance testing) SVN/WAS. Please take note that I am using Jenkins to build everything. I have already ensured the transition from SIT SVN to UAT SVN are sync by doing manual diff on the 2 directory. Usually I will ensure the SIT WAS is working fine then only deploy to UAT WAS. But now there is a problem show up in UAT WAS and it is working fine in SIT WAS. I am suspecting there is a migration fault happened between SIT SVN to UAT SVN. In such a given scenario, is there a better approach to handle this problem?

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  • `svn checkout` on the SVN server causes the repo to break with a 301 error

    - by Phillip Oldham
    We have an nginx server which proxies to a standard set-up of Apache+SVN. The nginx set-up is a very simple proxy: server { server_name svn.ourdomain.tld; location / { proxy_pass http://localhost:8080; } } Apache is set-up as follows: <Location /> DAV svn SVNParentPath /var/svn AuthType Basic AuthName "Authentication Required" AuthUserFile /var/svn/.auth Require valid-user </Location> ...which allows us to access repositories using something like http://svn.ourdomain.tld/repo. We've been running this set-up now for about 2 years without issue. Recently we've found that we need to check out one of the repositories onto the server itself, however whenever we do so it seems to break the repo. From that point on, it will only respond with a 301 Moved Permanently error. We've tried: svn co file:///path/to/repo svn co svn://localhost/repo svn co svn://svn.ourdomain.tld/repo svn co svn+ssh://localhost/repo svn co svn+ssh://svn.ourdomain.tld/repo svn co http://localhost/repo svn co http://svn.ourdomain.tld/repo Also tried bypassing nginx, and get the same error: svn co http://localhost:8080/repo svn co http://svn.ourdomain.tld:8080/repo Checking out from a different machine works as expected until we attempt to check out on the server, after that it refuses with the same 301 error. What is more confusing is that this repository server also hosts our HudsonCI server, which can pulls and builds our projects hourly. This leads us to suspect that it's the svn client which is causing an error in communication. Its also very confusing that removing then re-creating the repo using svnadmin doesn't reset the error - the repo is still unavailable even though it's "new"! Restarting apache and subversion (svnserve) has no effect on this, or the original error. Version information: OS: 64-bit CentOS 4.2, 2.6.27 kernel svn client: 1.4.2 (same for both server and remote clients) svn server: 1.4.2 httpd: 2.2.3 UPDATE: This also happens with svn export when run on the repo server. Ran from any other box/client, there isn't a problem. Here's the workflow, to help clarify the error: [~repo-server~]# svnadmin create {repo}; chown -Rf www:www {repo} [remote-client]# svn checkout http://svn.ourdomain.tld/repo [remote-client]# svn add file; svn ci -m '' [~repo-server~]# cd /var/www; svn export file:///path/to/repo/trunk ourproject [remote-client]# svn update fails with 301 error I can also confirm that the hostname of the box doesn't have an effect here, which is very odd: whether or not svn.ourdomain.tld is added to /etc/hosts it still breaks - we thought it could be an issue with localhost routing, but that doesn't seem to be the case. Are we missing something in the documentation which states you can't checkout a repo when the server is on the same box? How can we stop the repos becoming corrupt when we checkout locally?

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  • SVN / Tortoise SVN - Cannot checkout, Access is denied

    - by Shevek
    We are having a strange problem with our SVN repository One particular project is failing to check out on some dev's workstations. The error is: svn: E720005: Can't open file 'C:\path\.svn\pristine\4e\4e576fad0f625706379863e6051aac33097dbee0.svn-base': Access is denied. All branches, tags and trunk fail at the same point of checkout Other projects in the repository can be checked out fine One of our devs can check out the problem project fine. We have tried 3 different versions of TortoiseSVN (both UI and command line) and another build of win32svn. The one who can check out is using the same client version as one who cannot. Any ideas?

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  • Using AuthzSVNAccessFile for controlling SVN Access produces HTTP 400 Bad Request

    - by meeper
    I have a new repository on an existing subversion server that requires us to perform path based authorization within the repository. I found that the AuthzSVNAccessFile directive in apache is directly responsible for allowing this functionality. After fixing several other problems such as AuthzSVNAccessFile preventing SVNListParentPath from operating properly, I am left with one single problem. I can checkout, I can update, I can commit, BUT I cannot execute an SVN COPY for performing branch/tagging operations. The moment I comment out the AuthzSVNAccessFile line in the Apache config everything works as expected except the obvious path authorizations. Versions: The server OS is Debian 6.0.7 (Squeeze) Apache 2.2.16-6+squeeze11 Server Subversion 1.6.12dfsg-7 Clients are running windows Clients tried are: TortoiseSVN 1.8.2 Build 24708 64bit SVN CLI Client 1.8.3 (r1516576) Authentication is performed via AD to a Windows 2003 domain and appears to be operating normally. I have stripped out all other configurations and repository setups to produce this single configuration that reproduces the problem. Apache Configuration: <VirtualHost *:443> ServerName svn-test.company.com ServerAlias /svn-test ServerAdmin [email protected] SSLEngine On SSLCertificateFile /etc/apache2/apache.pem ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/svn-test_error.log LogLevel warn CustomLog /var/log/apache2/svn-test_access.log combined ServerSignature On # Repository Access to all Repositories <Location "/"> DAV svn SVNParentPath /var/svn SVNListParentPath on AuthBasicProvider ldap AuthType Basic AuthzLDAPAuthoritative Off AuthName "Subversion Test Repository System" AuthLDAPURL "ldap://adserver.company.com:389/DC=corp,DC=company,DC=com?sAMAccountName?sub?(objectClass=*)" NONE AuthLDAPBindDN "CN=service_account,OU=ServiceIDs,OU=corp,OU=Delegated,DC=na,DC=corp,DC=company,DC=com" AuthLDAPBindPassword service_account_password Require valid-user SSLRequireSSL </Location> # <LocationMatch /.+> is a really dirty trick to make listing of repositories work # http://d.hatena.ne.jp/shimonoakio/20080130/1201686016 <LocationMatch /.+> AuthzSVNAccessFile /etc/apache2/svn_path_auth </LocationMatch> </VirtualHost> SVN Access File: [/] * = rw The repository used (AuthTestBasic) consists of the following directory structure and contains no externals (this is a literal listing, not an example): / /branches/ /tags/ /trunk/ /trunk/somefile.txt Tortoise produces the following error during a tag operation in it's tag result window: Adding directory failed: COPY on /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/2/trunk (400 Bad Request) The svn.exe CLI client produces the following error: C:\Users\e20epkt>svn copy https://servername/authtestbasic/trunk https://servername/authtestbasic/tags/tag1 -m "svn cli client" svn: E175002: Adding directory failed: COPY on /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/2/trunk (400 Bad Request) The Apache error log has nothing in it, however the apache access log has the following in it (IP addresses and usernames changed obviously): 10.1.2.100 - - [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "OPTIONS /authtestbasic/trunk HTTP/1.1" 401 2595 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "OPTIONS /authtestbasic/trunk HTTP/1.1" 200 996 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "OPTIONS /authtestbasic/trunk HTTP/1.1" 200 884 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/trunk HTTP/1.1" 207 692 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/!svn/vcc/default HTTP/1.1" 207 596 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "REPORT /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/0/trunk HTTP/1.1" 404 580 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/!svn/vcc/default HTTP/1.1" 207 596 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "REPORT /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/2/trunk HTTP/1.1" 200 674 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/2/trunk HTTP/1.1" 207 548 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/tags/tag1 HTTP/1.1" 404 580 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "MKACTIVITY /authtestbasic/!svn/act/f1e9dc07-fb5e-5a41-ac22-907705ef6e5e HTTP/1.1" 201 708 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPFIND /authtestbasic/tags HTTP/1.1" 207 580 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "CHECKOUT /authtestbasic/!svn/vcc/default HTTP/1.1" 201 708 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "PROPPATCH /authtestbasic/!svn/wbl/f1e9dc07-fb5e-5a41-ac22-907705ef6e5e/2 HTTP/1.1" 207 596 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "CHECKOUT /authtestbasic/!svn/ver/1/tags HTTP/1.1" 201 724 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "COPY /authtestbasic/!svn/bc/2/trunk HTTP/1.1" 400 596 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" 10.1.2.100 - myuseraccount [17/Oct/2013:11:53:40 -0700] "DELETE /authtestbasic/!svn/act/f1e9dc07-fb5e-5a41-ac22-907705ef6e5e HTTP/1.1" 204 1956 "-" "SVN/1.8.3 (x64-microsoft-windows) serf/1.3.1 TortoiseSVN-1.8.2.24708" You'll see that the second to last line contains the COPY command with the HTTP 400 response, however, there doesn't appear to be any indication as to why. Please note that, while yes this is a test repository on a test server, I am experiencing this same issue in this test setup where I have eliminated all other possible causes (mixed repository configurations, externals, etc). I have also confirmed that all files for the repository (/var/svn/authtestbasic) are owned by the Apache user www-data.

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  • CentOS 6.5 SVN https - Unknown DAV provider: svn

    - by Programster
    I am trying to setup a CentOS 6.5 64bit server with SVN over HTTPS. Unfortunately after configuring the /etc/httpd/conf.d/subversion.conf file as follows (changed paths): <Location /repos> DAV svn SVNParentPath /path/to/svn/repos # Limit write permission to list of valid users <LimitExcept GET PROPFIND OPTIONS REPORT> # Require SSL connection for password protection SSLRequireSSL AuthType Basic AuthName "Authorization Realm" AuthUserFile /path/to/passwdfile Require valid-user </LimitExcept> </Location> I get the following error message when restarting http: Starting httpd: Syntax error on line 3 of /etc/httpd/conf.d/subversion.conf: Unknown DAV provider: svn I have triple checked that I have the mod_dav_svn package already installed: Package mod_dav_svn-1.6.11-10.el6_5.x86_64 already installed and latest version Is my config wrong or are there other packages I need to set up?

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  • Multi Svn Repositories in Apache

    - by fampinheiro
    I have a set up with apache and subversion In the apache configuration i have <Location /svn> DAV svn SVNParentPath c:/svn </Location> Now i have multiple repositories a a_b a_c a_b_c a_b_d b and i want to map them as a/svn a/b/svn a/c/svn a/b/c/svn a/b/d/svn b/svn to do this without adding directives and restarting apache i tought of making this rules RewriteEngine On RewriteCond $1 !=svn RewriteCond $2 !=svn RewriteRule ^/([^/]+)/(.*?)/svn/(.*)$ /$1_$2/svn/$3 [N] RewriteRule ^/([^/]+)/svn/(.*)$ /svn/$1/$2 [L,PT] this way i rewrite them to /svn/a /svn/a_b /svn/a_c /svn/a_b_c /svn/a_b_d /svn/b The objective is that the client don't have the notion of this happening when a acess is made to a folder without trailing slash the mod dav return a redirect to the folder with the trailing slash exposing my internal url. can i rewrite the outgoing url ?!

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  • import svn history

    - by Corey Watts
    I had to wipe our svn server, but I failed to "dump" the repositories before installing a new OS. However, I had a complete backup of every file in each repository. I've since transferred all the old files back over. Unfortunately the version history is completely gone. I still have all the old incremental files, and svn can see each revision with the "verify" command, but I'm wondering if it is possible to import the old history directly from the actual files (not a dump file)?

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  • Using git-svn with slightly strange svn layout

    - by Ibrahim
    Hi guys, I'm doing an internship and they are using SVN (although there has been some discussion of moving to hg or git but that's not in the immediate future). I like git so I would like to use git-svn to interact with the svn repository and be able to do local commits and branches and stuff like that (rebasing before committing to svn of course). However, there is one slight wrinkle, the svn repository layout is a little weird. It basically looks like this /FOO +-branches +-tags +-trunk +-FOO +-myproject Basically, my project has been stuck into a subdirectory of trunk, and there is another project that is also a subdirectory of the trunk. If I use git-svn and only clone the directory for my project instead of the root, will it get confused or cause any problems? I just wonder because the commit numbers are incremented for the entire repository and not just my project, so would commits be off or anything like that? I probably wouldn't push any branches or tags to SVN because I'd prefer to just do those locally in git and I don't know how git-svn deals with branches and tags anyway, and no one else uses them so I find little point in doing so. Thanks for the help!

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  • Using git-svn with existing svn project

    - by rogeriopvl
    I'm currently working on a project that has a svn repository. I'm used to git and love the way it allows me to have a local repository, so I would like to use git-svn with this project. I would like to know how to use git-svn from a svn project already in my computer. Do I really need to make a clone and start from there? Or can I just do something like git svn init in the current project folder and proceed from there? Also I would like to know about any big issues using git-svn, since this is a serious project and I shouldn't mess around with the repo. Thanks in advance.

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  • svn usage advice

    - by AngeloBad
    I need an advice about SVN usage. I use Tortoise SVN on my client to deal with a project I am working on. The probjem is that I have two set of bugs top fix on the project. One to deploy till 5 days, and one to deploy till 10 days. I am going to solve all the bugs before the 5fth days but I do not want to deploy the last 5 before the release date (till 10 days). How can I work on two separate codes and the merge all the modification? Is it possible? I have to create a branch?

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  • SVN do unnecessary chmod on .svn/tempfiles

    - by ???
    My working dir is on an TrueCrypt NTFS volume, with umask 000. So I can read/write on any files with no problem. But I can't do svn command on it, for example `svn update' shows error: svn: Can't set permissions on '.svn/tempfile.8.tmp': strace svn up gives: ... chmod("sbin/.svn/tempfile.2.tmp", 0770) = -1 EPERM (Operation not permitted) fcntl64(3, F_GETFL) = 0x2 (flags O_RDWR) fcntl64(3, F_SETFL, O_RDWR|O_NONBLOCK) = 0 write(3, "( failure ( ( 1 76:Can't set per"..., 172) = 172 fcntl64(3, F_GETFL) = 0x802 (flags O_RDWR|O_NONBLOCK) fcntl64(3, F_SETFL, O_RDWR) = 0 read(3, "( abort-edit ( ) ) ( failure ( ("..., 4096) = 191 gettimeofday({1276661368, 382789}, NULL) = 0 lstat64("sbin", {st_mode=S_IFDIR|0770, st_size=0, ...}) = 0 select(0, NULL, NULL, NULL, {0, 1000}) = 0 (Timeout) write(2, "svn: Can't set permissions on 's"..., 82svn: Can't set permissions on 'sbin/.svn/tempfile.2.tmp': Operation not permitted) = 82 close(3) = 0 So, the error occurred when svn chmod on some tmp files. But this is disallowed in the TrueCrypt volumes, and it's just unnecessary. Can I bypass the chmod lib calls when launch svn on TrueCrypt volumes?

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  • Setting SVN permissions with Dav SVN Authz

    - by Ken
    There seems to be a path inheritance issue which is boggling me over access restrictions. For instance, if I grant rw access one group/user, and wish to restrict it some /../../secret to none, it promptly spits in my face. Here is an example of what I'm trying to achieve in dav_svn.authz [groups] grp_W = a, b, c, g grp_X = a, d, f, e grp_Y = a, e, [/] * = @grp_Y = rw [somerepo1:/projectPot] @grp_W = rw [somerepo2:/projectKettle] @grp_X = rw What is expected: grp_Y has rw access to all repositories, while grp_W and grp_X only have access to their respective repositories. What occurs: grp_Y has access to all repositories, while grp_W and grp_X have access to nothing If I flip the access ordering where I give everyone access and restrict it in each repository, it promply ignores the invalidation rule (stripping of rights) and gives everyone the access granted at the root level. Forgoing groups, it performs the same with user specific provisions; even fully defined such as: [/] a = rw b = c = d = e = f = g = rw [somerepo1:/projectPot] a = rw b = rw c = rw d = e = rw f = g = rw [somerepo2:/projectKettle] a = rw b c d = rw e = rw f = rw g Which yields the exact same result. According to the documentation I'm following all protocols so this is insane. Running on Apache2 with dav_svn

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  • git-svn on subset of large svn repo

    - by an146
    repo layout: a/1 a/2 a/3 ... b/1 b/2 ... c/1 c/2 ... git-svn works perfect for me if I work on 1 svn repo subdir. But right now I'm facing the need to work on several subdirs (like, a/1, a/2, and b/1), and there's much shit in repo besides them. I've managed to write a regexp for this, but git-svn with --ignore-paths seems to check each file's name against this regexp, instead of skipping entire folders, so it's too slow. /* Probably I should file a bug report about this */ So -- any ideas of handling this? If some Mercurial svn agent can do selective clones, it's OK too, but I'd better stick with git. My another idea was some selective svn proxy, but I haven't succeeded in googling anything like that. Thanks!

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  • Configure (or mimic) svn:externals to include code from Github in a svn-hosted project

    - by Dylan Beattie
    We use Subversion locally, and we're working on a project that uses a fork of Fluent NHibernate, which is hosted on Github. I'd like it set up so that a single svn checkout will retrieve everything necessary to build the project, but maintain the ability to fetch HEAD updates from github. Is there any way I can pull code from the Git repository as though it was an svn:external dependency? Can I just check the .git folder into our Subversion repository and just run git fetch when I need to, then svn commit the results?

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  • How do Tortoise svn handle concurrent file updation

    - by sabithpocker
    I don't know much about Tortoise SVN, but have been using it for a while :) I understand that it is capable of managing concurrent users on same file, but how does it do that? I am working on a file that another user is using concurrently and he committed couple of times before me, Now my files doesnt have the changes he made. Every time i end up in such a situation I gets a conflict and I am stuck. So is there something else I should do instead of just committing and causing conflict. Is it safe to do a update first and then commit ? Will I lose my local changes in this case? Please dont beat me up if this is somthing basic, A link to some tutorial will be useful in that case :)

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  • Apache & SVN on Ubuntu - Post-commit hook fails silently, pre-commit hook “Permission Denied”

    - by 113169587962668775787
    I've been struggling for the past couple days to get post-commit email notifications working on my SVN server (running via HTTP with Apache2 on Ubuntu 9.10). SVN commits work fine, but for some reason the hooks are not being properly executed. Here are the configuration settings: - Users access the repo via HTTP with the apache dav_svn module (I created users/passwords via htpasswd in a dav_svn.passwd file). dav_svn.conf: <Location /svn/repos> DAV svn SVNPath /home/svn/repos AuthType Basic AuthName "Subversion Repository" AuthUserFile /etc/apache2/dav_svn.passwd Require valid-user </Location> I created a post-commit hook file that writes a simple message to a file in the repository root: /home/svn/repos/hooks/post-commit: #!/bin/sh REPOS="$1" REV="$2" /bin/echo 'worked' > ${REPOS}/postcommit.log I set the entire repository to be owned by www-data (the apache user), and assigned 755 permissions to the post-commit script when I test the post-commit script using the www-data user in an empty environment, it works: sudo -u www-data env - /home/svn/repos/hooks/post-commit /home/svn/repos 7 But when I commit on a client machine, the commit is successful, but the post-commit script does not seem to be executed. I also tried running a simple script for the pre-commit hook, and I get an error, even with an empty pre-commit script: "Commit failed (details follow): Can't create null stdout for hook '/home/svn/repos/hooks/pre-commit': Permission denied" I did a few searches on Google for this error and I presume that this is an issue with the apache user (www-data) not having adequate permissions, specifically to execute /dev/null. I also read that the reason post-commit fails silently is because that it doesn't report with stdout. Anyway, I've also tried giving the apache user (www-data) ownership of the entire repository, and edited the apache virtualhost to allow operations on the server root, and I'm still getting permission denied /etc/apache2/sites-available/primarydomain.conf <Directory /> Options FollowSymLinks AllowOverride None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> Any ideas/suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks

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  • SVN Error 403 Forbidden

    - by Chris
    I can't figure this out. I try to import a new project into a svn repository from Netbeans and get 403 Forbidden. I just setup svn on my serverbox today. I can get to it through a browser just fine, though its empty as I haven't imported my project yet. Apache's path for html files is /var/www I setup the svn repo in /var/svn This is the structure of /var/svn [[email protected] svn]# ls -lR /var/svn /var/svn: total 4 drwxrwxrwx 7 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 10:18 repo /var/svn/repo: total 36 drwxrwxrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 conf drwxrwxrwx 3 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 10:18 dav drwxrwsrwx 6 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 11:19 db -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2 2010-03-26 09:47 format drwxrwxrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 hooks drwxrwxrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 locks -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 229 2010-03-26 09:47 README.txt -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 15 2010-03-26 09:47 svnauth -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 43 2010-03-26 09:48 svnpass /var/svn/repo/conf: total 12 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 1080 2010-03-26 09:47 authz -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 309 2010-03-26 09:47 passwd -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2279 2010-03-26 09:47 svnserve.conf /var/svn/repo/dav: total 4 drwxrwxrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 11:19 activities.d /var/svn/repo/dav/activities.d: total 0 /var/svn/repo/db: total 48 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2 2010-03-26 09:47 current -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 22 2010-03-26 09:47 format -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 1920 2010-03-26 09:47 fsfs.conf -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 5 2010-03-26 09:47 fs-type -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2 2010-03-26 09:47 min-unpacked-rev -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 rep-cache.db drwxrwsrwx 3 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 revprops drwxrwsrwx 3 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 revs drwxrwsrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 11:19 transactions -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2 2010-03-26 11:19 txn-current -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 0 2010-03-26 09:47 txn-current-lock drwxrwsrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 11:19 txn-protorevs -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 37 2010-03-26 09:47 uuid -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 0 2010-03-26 09:47 write-lock /var/svn/repo/db/revprops: total 4 drwxrwsrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 0 /var/svn/repo/db/revprops/0: total 4 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 50 2010-03-26 09:47 0 /var/svn/repo/db/revs: total 4 drwxrwsrwx 2 apache apache 4096 2010-03-26 09:47 0 /var/svn/repo/db/revs/0: total 4 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 115 2010-03-26 09:47 0 /var/svn/repo/db/transactions: total 0 /var/svn/repo/db/txn-protorevs: total 0 /var/svn/repo/hooks: total 36 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 1955 2010-03-26 09:47 post-commit.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 1638 2010-03-26 09:47 post-lock.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2267 2010-03-26 09:47 post-revprop-change.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 1567 2010-03-26 09:47 post-unlock.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 3404 2010-03-26 09:47 pre-commit.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2410 2010-03-26 09:47 pre-lock.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2764 2010-03-26 09:47 pre-revprop-change.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2100 2010-03-26 09:47 pre-unlock.tmpl -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 2758 2010-03-26 09:47 start-commit.tmpl /var/svn/repo/locks: total 8 -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 139 2010-03-26 09:47 db.lock -rwxrwxrwx 1 apache apache 139 2010-03-26 09:47 db-logs.lock I've got httpd.conf loading svn.conf which contains: <Location /svn> DAV on DAV svn #SVNParentPath /var/svn SVNPath /var/svn/repo Authtype Basic AuthName "Subversion" AuthUserFile /var/svn/repo/svnpass Require valid-user AuthzSVNAccessFile /var/svn/repo/svnauth </Location> Full error message is: org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: RA layer request failed Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to CHECKOUT request for '/svn/!svn/bln/0' Sorry for the incredibly long post, but I thought more info would be better than less. I've been fidgeting with this problem for a long time now.

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  • Unable to checkout svn repositories

    - by lucaghera
    I have an ubuntu 12.04 machine were apache2 is set up with SSL certificates. In the same machine there is a SVN server. It all worked great till the update to 12.04. Now I'm able to access the svn via a web-browser and also by using an eclipse plugin (subversive), but I'm not able to access the svn via command line. When I try to check out a repo from a Mac Os X client it returns: svn: E120171: Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'https://IP/svn/repo_name' svn: E120171: Error running context: An error occurred during SSL communication If I try to check out a repo from an Ubuntu client it returns: svn: OPTIONS of 'https://IP/svn/repo_name': SSL handshake failed: SSL error: A TLS warning alert has been received. (https://IP)

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  • Can I recover lost commits in a SVN repository using a local tracking git-svn branch?

    - by Ian Stevens
    A SVN repo I use git-svn to track was recently corrupted and a backup was recovered. However, a week's worth of commits were lost in the recovery. Is it possible to recover those lost commits using git-svn dcommit on my local git repo? Is it sufficient to run git-svn dcommit with the SHA1 of the last recovered commit in SVN? eg. > svn info http://tracked-svn/trunk | sed -n "s/Revision: //p" 252 > git log --grep="git-svn-id:.*@252" --format=oneline | cut -f1 -d" " 55bb5c9cbb5fe11a90ec2e9e1e0c7c502908cf9a > git svn dcommit 55bb5c9cbb5fe11a90ec2e9e1e0c7c502908cf9a Or will the git-svn-id need to be stripped from the intended commits? I tried this using --dry-run but couldn't tell whether it would try to submit all commits: > git svn dcommit --verbose --dry-run 55bb5c9cbb5fe11a90ec2e9e1e0c7c502908cf9a Committing to http://tracked-svn/trunk ... dcommitted on a detached HEAD because you gave a revision argument. The rewritten commit is: 55bb5c9cbb5fe11a90ec2e9e1e0c7c502908cf9a Thanks for your help.

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  • Apache2 Enabling Includes module causes svn access to quit working

    - by Matthew Talbert
    I have dav_svn installed to provide http access to my svn repos. The url is directly under root, eg mywebsite.com/svn/individual-repo. This setup has been working great for some time. Now, I need SSI (server-side includes) for a project, so I enabled this module with a2enmod include. Now, tortoisesvn can't access the repo; it always returns a 301 permanent redirect. Some playing with it reveals I can access it in a browser if I'm sure to include the trailing / but it still doesn't work in TortoiseSVN. I've looked at all of the faq's for this problem with TortoiseSVN and apache, and none of them seem to apply to my problem. Anyone have any insight into this problem? I'm running Ubuntu 9.10 with Apache 2.2.12. The only change I've made to my configuration is to enable the includes mod. Here's my dav_svn conf: <Location /svn> DAV svn SVNParentPath /home/matthew/svn AuthType Basic AuthName "Subversion repository" AuthUserFile /etc/subversion/passwd Require valid-user </Location> and here's the relevant part of my virtual host conf: <Location /svn> SetHandler None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Location> Edit: OK, I've discovered that the real conflict is between the include module and basic authentication. That is, if I disable the include module, browse to the subversion repo, enter my user/pass for the basic authentication, I can browse it just fine. It even continues to work after I re-enable the include module. However, if I browse with another browser where I'm not already authenticated, then it no longer works.

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  • svn:externals a sub-folder of a git project

    - by dgaspar
    Hi, is there a way to get only a part (ex: a sub-folder called /library) of a github.com project and use it in svn:externals? What I'm doing now is $svn pe svn:externals . SomeLibrary http://svn.github.com/myuser/myproject.git But I don't want everything from the project... I need something like: $svn pe svn:externals . SomeLibrary http://svn.github.com/myuser/myproject.git/library

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  • svn using nginx Commit failed: path not found

    - by Alaa Alomari
    I have built svn server on my nginx webserver. my nginx configuration is server { listen 80; server_name svn.mysite.com; location / { access_log off; proxy_pass http://svn.mysite.com:81; proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr; proxy_set_header Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for; } location ~ \.php$ { fastcgi_pass 127.0.0.1:9000; fastcgi_index index.php; include fastcgi_params; } } Now, i can svn co and svn up normally without having any problem and when i try to commit i get error: $svn up At revision 1285. $ svn info Path: . URL: http://svn.mysite.com/elpis-repo/crons Repository Root: http://svn.mysite.com/elpis-repo Repository UUID: 5303c0ba-bda0-4e3c-91d8-7dab350363a1 Revision: 1285 Node Kind: directory Schedule: normal Last Changed Author: alaa Last Changed Rev: 1280 Last Changed Date: 2012-04-29 10:18:34 +0300 (Sun, 29 Apr 2012) $svn st M config.php $svn ci -m "Just a test, add blank line to config" config.php Sending config.php svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: File 'config.php' is out of date svn: '/elpis-repo/!svn/bc/1285/crons/config.php' path not found if i try to svn co on port 81 (my proxy_pass which is apache) and then svn ci, it will work smoothly! but why it doesn't work when i use nginx to accomplish it? any idea is highly appreciated.

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  • Get svn revision without an appropriate svn binary installed

    - by Sridhar Ratnakumar
    For some reason, we can't update the SVN in some build machines. Installed svn version is 1.3.x. But Hudson slave used 1.6 to create a checkout. This means we can't run "svn info" on those checkouts: $ svnversion subversion/libsvn_wc/questions.c:110: (apr_err=155021) svn: This client is too old to work with working copy '.'; please get a newer Subversion client $ svn info subversion/libsvn_wc/questions.c:110: (apr_err=155021) svn: This client is too old to work with working copy '.'; please get a newer Subversion client $ My question, is there a way to access the revision number without having to invoking the svn binary? You know, like trying to look into the .svn/ directory? Assume that the checkout is using latest svn version (1.6).

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