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answered Losing connectivity with DNS
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comment Managing multiple svn repos from TortoiseSVN
This is more-or-less exactly what I want to do with the exception that each user will have both repositories checked out. In general people with predominantly use dev or doc but there are plenty of use cases where the employees will need to modify files in both repositories. So is there a way of combining bullet one and bullet two on one client machine, without conflicts? Can I possibly use hooks to achieve this.
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Managing multiple svn repos from TortoiseSVN
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
@smithian - thanks for the tip. I have made the reg changes and will let it run for a few days to see if it has fixed the issue.
Oct
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
@smithian - The client is a windows machine, so I have just added the IP of the DNS as the preferred DNS server.
Oct
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revised Losing connectivity with DNS
Changed title to more suitable one
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asked Managing multiple svn repos from TortoiseSVN
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
@chutz - Currently I am connecting to a jira instance through internal domain name. Periodically I am unable to do this, simply doesn't connect. Then When I ping the domain name it doesn't resolve. The IP does ping though. Further more 'nslookup jira.dsasystems.inc' does return the correct address but 'tracert jira.dsasystems.inc' appears to skip the DNS and go to the internet. When all is working correctly the tracert routes directly to the expected server.
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
@chutz - Thanks for your input, I have updated the post.
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revised Losing connectivity with DNS
Removed reference to IPv^ and tags as it seems not to be the issue. Added contents of resolve.conf after request from member.
Oct
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
Update - this seems not to be directly linked to IPv6. After running with IPv6 disabled for about an hour I again lost connectivity to the DNS. Re-enabling the DNS 'fixed' the issue. So modifying the network adapter definitely triggers some sort of change.
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comment Losing connectivity with DNS
@voretaq7 - I have added the trace plus a log of when the dns is restarted. Not sure if this this is any help?
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revised Losing connectivity with DNS
add log files
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revised Losing connectivity with DNS
Added dig +trace result after request
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