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awarded  Curious
Mar
20
asked Running Subversion under Apache with two different versions of Subversion Server
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
16
accepted Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
Jan
16
answered Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
Jan
14
comment Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
I can get to the other URL http://buildl02.tcprod.local/svn which is on the same server and using the same Tomcat instant. Why that works and not http://buildl02.tcprod.local/jenkins doesn't is a mystery. IT services says there's no filtering going on. We are beginning to think this is an IE 7 issue. Unfortunately, we can't even upgrade to IE 8 because this is Server 2003. I've asked IT to install Chrome on this box.
Jan
13
comment Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
Typos. If I could spell, I would have been an English Major.
Jan
13
comment Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
It didn't download at all. I clicked on the security bar, asked it to download, but got no dialog box. Nothing.
Jan
13
comment Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
Nope. I get the security bar, I tell it to download anyway, and nothing happens. Interestingly I could install Notepad++, but not Firefox or Chrome. This is a Windows 2003 Server, and I couldn't install IE 8 either.
Jan
13
asked Can't get to Jenkins Server from a particular PC
Oct
9
comment Using svndumpfilter. Dump is stopping with no error message due to merge issue
Yes. It was a typo. Now fixed.
Oct
9
revised Using svndumpfilter. Dump is stopping with no error message due to merge issue
Fixed typo
Oct
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asked Using svndumpfilter. Dump is stopping with no error message due to merge issue
Aug
27
asked Collabnet_subversion installed and using httpd. Log rotation?
Aug
15
accepted Same Apache httpd instant: Same Subversion repository defined two different ways
Aug
15
comment Same Apache httpd instant: Same Subversion repository defined two different ways
I know that two people cannot commit at the same time to the same repo, but you said they're "different repositories (formally)". Does that mean two people can commit to at the same time, or is there some internal mechanism in the repository itself that makes it impossible?
Aug
15
comment Same Apache httpd instant: Same Subversion repository defined two different ways
Yes, they are different resources according to Apache, but they refer to the same physical repository. What if two people commit a the same, and each on a different base URL. Will that mess up the repository? If won't cause any problems, I'm happy.
Aug
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asked Same Apache httpd instant: Same Subversion repository defined two different ways
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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comment Is there an issue with too many entries in a directory?
@FalconMomot I have found a blog entry of someone who ran into this very problem. Apparently ext3 file systems cannot handle more than 32K links in a directory. I find this hard to believe - even HFS+ and NTFS can handle more than 32K links per directory.