If you're configured to use "mod_deflate" you should turn it off. Glad you're making progress!
Errors: Working copy is not up-to-date, svn commit failed & filesystem has no item
"SetEnv no-gzip 1" does not seems to work, same problem: "APR does not understand this error code", "An error occurred during decompression" Will try it with disabling mod_deflate! Regards, Jan
No, it was neither "mod_deflate" nor the "SVNCompression 0" or "SetEnv no-gzip 1" parameters... I commented that line and the problem with "An error occurred during decompression" is gone: # AddEncoding x-gzip gz tgz Regards, Jan
SVN client-side "http-compression" parameter was also not solving the problem... Regards, Jan
Now i tried with with IIS 7.5 reverse proxy (with https and user auth), before i tried it directly with apache SVN server, works without any problems too!! :) Regards, Jan
Not sure what you're reporting: Does it work without IIS 7.5 and fail with IIS 7.5?
No, to exclude other problems, i tested it without the IIS 7.5 forward proxy... then i saw the decompression error. after removing that line in configuration, it was working. Then i used it WITH the forward proxy without new problems...:) Regards, Jan
Glad things are working now. Cheers.
Now i had a new problem, "both sides of the move must be committed together" after renaming of files or directories.. when i tried to commit the renamed objects (file, directory), then i got that message. When i tried to commit the parent directory, i got a 502 error... A workaround would be to delete the old file/directory, and copy its content into the new one. but it kills the history, so it's not a solution.. So i read that: http://www.dscentral.in/2013/04/04/5...reverse-proxy/ it's related to SSL off-loading, and a problem with many SSL forward-proxy and webserver configurations, not only IIS and/or Apache. The following line, defined on apache virtual host level, has solved my problem: RequestHeader edit Destination ^https: http: early Maybe another solution is to change the reverse proxy configuration (#2 on http://www.dscentral.in/2013/04/04/5...reverse-proxy/), but i don't want to change the IIS 7.5 too much... Regards, Jan
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