svn server problem?
Richard L. Hamilton
rlhamil at smart.net
Sun Jul 16 10:55:34 UTC 2017
Rebooted my router; worked afterward.
I have no proxies, and no particularly strange rules, certainly not for most sorts of client functionality. But, like most home routers, it NATs a single external address, and I have enough UPnP stuff (server processes, occasional BT client, etc), that I suppose an accumulation of rules that didn't time out could get ugly; Parallels Desktop is an example of something that doesn't clean up its rules (just keeps adding more periodically), so I already know I have to reboot the router once in a while to get rid of those.
> On Jul 16, 2017, at 05:56, Clemens Lang <cal at macports.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 09:06:08PM -0400, Richard L. Hamilton wrote:
>> With a browser, the URL with the @###### suffix seems to redirect to
>> while without the suffix, it at least comes up on a much plainer page.
> Yes. We added the redirect deliberately so that the git-svn-id headers
> created by our SVN->Git migration tooling would be clickable:
> However, the SVN client does not send the @###### part to the server
> when you run svn co on it.
> In fact, looking at the logs, I don't see any of the typical patterns an
> SVN client would send when attempting a checkout. Considering the
> checkout works for me with and without the @ suffix, do you happen to
> have any proxies or internet security utilities configured on your
> machine that might intercept your traffic?
> If you can rule that out, can you grab a packet capture for me, e.g.
> with Wireshark?
>> Also odd is that the version apparently identified by the suffix is
>> rather old, compared to the latest; I've got to wonder if the
>> Macports_Framework port has been updated in quite a while...
> That's not surprising, since the MacPorts_Framework code itself hasn't
> been touched in a while:
> The Portfile should still be updated to fetch from GitHub instead of
> Subversion, though.
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