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comment Tomcat setup to log DELETE verb to accesss.log
Not sure this is entirely the problem - GET and POST are logged fine, as I said. It appears only DELETE isn't making it through, furthermore until recently DELETE handling itself was working, so I presume it hasn't been turned off or disallowed.
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comment UDP pseudoheader
The pseudo header includes the two IP addresses (source and destination) which provide an additional check that the packet actually came to the correct destination, and the protocol - which checks that the packet came to the correct layer 4. Remember, all these checksums are 16 bit rolling values, they'll only catch the simplest errors - so the multiple checksums of the same fields add an additional layer of robustness into the stack.
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comment SVN - Migrate to new server
The redbook has instructions: svnbook.red-bean.com/en/1.5/svn.serverconfig.httpd.html
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comment SVN - Migrate to new server
If you have a backup of the repository itself, then just restore it to the new server, and as long as you are using the same version of subversion as before it should just work as is.
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