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Can I fix this at a system level, or is this something going wrong with each individual process? It is difficult to say because its unknown what is happening at the protocol level. Basically the read(2) will block indefinitely providing:- The TCP connection remains open. You expect at least 1 byte of data to arrive. The sender is not ready to send you ...


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You can customise error text/documents with Apache (http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/custom-error.html) but that wouldn't help you here. The error messages are embedded in to the client source (subversion/libsvn_ra_serf/util.c): svn_ra_serf__error_on_status(serf_status_line sline, const char *path, ...


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At the first, check directory SVNParentPath /var/www/svn/repos exists. next, are there any subdirectories? there should be repositories directori with his own databases. If directory is empty or has no subdirectories, create any repository using svnadmin command (call manual). after creation problem still exists? then comment out all directives AUTH* , and ...


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SVN checkout send requests and receive a lot of tiny files. So it may create hundreds or thousands connections at the same time. We have trouble with it in previous time, this is what we did: Reduce the network bandwidth to decrease number of connection in a short time. Adjust the firewall accept more connections.


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Well, after googling some more I finally found the solution: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/18474825/what-is-the-cause-of-svn-e195019-redirect-cycle-detected-for-url/18474826#18474826 After moving the DocumentRoot to another location than the "svn root" all things works as expected. I hope this helps someone having the same problem.


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You can not rsync repository per se as directory at FS, because at physical layer it doesn't correlate with logical content. You must to get content of repository (better - without SVN-related metadata) as real tree on server-side before and rsync this tree Using (any) SVN-client (CLI svn may already exist or you have to install it), you'll svn export from ...


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Poking around in mod_authz_svn's source, it's looking like it has a hard dependency on ap_satisfies(r) == SATISFY_ANY. I'm not entirely familiar with the Apache API model, but this would appear to indicate that mod_authz_svn does not currently support Apache 2.4's new authentication model. Since nobody else has come up with an answer or with contrary ...


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In most cases, the 2.4 equivalent of Satisfy All is to enclose the Require directives in a <RequireAll> block. The equivalent of Satisfy Any would be a <RequireAny> block. For more information on the changes and equivalents, this presentation (PDF) by Rich Bowen might be helpful.


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In most cases, you can simply copy the repository directories from the old server to the new server. Just be careful not to overwrite the repository that already exists on the new server! If necessary, update your config files to reference the new repositories (this will depend on your specific server config). You should shut down the Apache/svnserve ...


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I think there is a permissions problem with the SVN user, see here: http://www.redmine.org/projects/redmine/wiki/Error_parsing_svn_output If you find this error in production.log there's probably an error when the redmine user runs the svn command: Error parsing svn output: # (Redmine still tries to parse the output of the svn command as XML, ...



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