Windows 2008 64bit install issues

wrandall
wrandall
I am installing subversion on a NEW windows server 2008 machine. :?: 1. After the installation the [url]http://127.0.0.1:9890/ubersvn[/url] URL will not resolve. It gets this error: " The remote device will not accept the connection". 2. My system administrator designated an IP for the SVN site on our local domain. Where do I put this in the ubersvn configuration files? I attempted to put a Listen statement in the httpd.conf file and this resulted in a failure to re-start the service. Any suggestions?

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John.Chambers
John.Chambers
Hello wrandall, Thanks for downloading and trying uberSVN. To answer point 1. Are you trying to access that URL locally from the server or remotely? I would think remotely. If so you would need to use the designated IP for the server instead of 127.0.0.1. To answer point 2. During the configuration of the server which you will be taken too when you first access [url]http://server_IP:9890/ubersvn[/url] you will be asked to set the server name / IP. The Apache server is set to listen on all available IP's by default. If you need to restrict this you can set a Bind IP on the Apache Settings section under Administration. Let me know if you need anymore help.
wrandall
wrandall
John, I am unable to access the ubersvn link locally or remotely. The [url]http://server_IP:9890/ubersvn[/url] does not resolve locally. The remote IP address does not open the Apache website. Where can I manually set the Apache config files to permit the remote IP address to be listened for?
John.Chambers
John.Chambers
Hi wrandall, That is strange because Tomcat, the web server we use to serve up uberSVN should listen on all IP's by default. Can you check that the server machine can access the internet ok. Can you try using [url]http://localhost:9890/ubersvn[/url] locally from the server machine. Just for clarification uberSVN installs both the Apache web server and Tomcat 6 application server. Apache is used to access the subversion repositories, and Tomcat is used to serve the uberSVN web interface.

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