[hibernate-dev] [Fwd: [redhat.com #1341720] [Fwd: Re: Unable to checkout core/trunk/core]]
steve at hibernate.org
Thu Oct 22 22:55:34 EDT 2009
Here is the response from the admins...
SVN access over webdav (in other words, accessing an SVN repo vi
http/https) has always used HTTP REPORT as far as I am aware. In fact,
any webdav based SVN repo should experience this problem, it's not
unique to jboss.org SVN.
This problem wouldn't have been around back when projects were being
accessed via CVS, but as long as SVN access was done via HTTP (HTTPS
works because proxies simply pass all traffic through), the problem will
exist for anyone who tries to access the repository through an
incorrectly configured proxy server (see ).
On Thu, 2009-10-22 at 12:41 +0100, Darryl Miles wrote:
> I had exactly this same problem the other day (when checking out various
> JBoss SVN projects first the first time).
> My Linux workstation has direct NATed internet connectivity, but my
> Windows XP workstation must use a proxy (both HTTP/SOCKS5 are available).
> I found that my WinXP box was unable to checkout from SVN due to the use
> of the HTTP verb "REPORT" which my HTTP proxy does not support. To fix
> this problem I disabled the HTTP proxy (in WinXP) leaving only the SOCK5
> proxy and then my SVN clients (TortoiseSVN / Eclipse SVN) worked fine.
> My proxy I was using was Apache Squid (2.5.STABLE9). Maybe this
> additional WebDAV verb can be enabled in this version of squid but the
> default configuration does not allow it.
> Maybe it would be helpful to have this known issue listed with all SVN
> usage instructions.
> Another factor to look into is did SVN always work this way, or has a
> recent change in client/protocol cause people to think JBoss
> infrastructure is at fault (because the same setup client side setup
> works to another public SVN server) ?
> Steve Ebersole wrote:
> > What does pike my interest is that he mentioned it worked ok for HTTPS
> > but HTTP is giving him grief. This leads me to believe that the problem
> > may actually be a web proxy between the user and their internet
> > connection. Typically web proxies will connect HTTPS traffic straight
> > through (for obvious reasons) but sometimes they can have problems with
> > SVN if they are configured to not allow some HTTP request methods.
> > Can we please get the user to confirm that they have no proxy server
> > (squid, Microsoft ISA, etc.) between themselves and their internet at
> > large, and possibly even try to perform the operation from a place they
> > are sure they have a direct internet connection (like home) and see how
> > they go.
Steve Ebersole <steve at hibernate.org>
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