Server IP address change causing problems

channing
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Server IP address change causing problems

Postby channing » Wed Mar 07, 2007 9:38 am

Hi,
our svn repository server changed its IP address recently which is causing problems with subversive.

When we commit changes, the commit succeeds but subversive reports:
Commit failed (details follow):
Malformed network data

After this, the outgoing changes are still present. If we synch again we see all our changes in conflict with the repository versions. This implies that the first commit succeeded.

I have tried rebuilding the workspace and reinstalling eclipse but the problem will not go away. Is metadata stored elsewhere?

Channing

Alexander Gurov
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Postby Alexander Gurov » Wed Mar 07, 2007 3:19 pm

Dear Channing,

Thank you for information. Could you please specify which client version you use (Subversive Default (JavaSVN 1.0.4), SVN Kit 1.1.1 or Native JavaHL 1.4.3)?
Best regards,
Alexander Gurov
Subversive Team

channing
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Postby channing » Wed Mar 07, 2007 5:31 pm

Alexander Gurov wrote:Dear Channing,

Thank you for information. Could you please specify which client version you use (Subversive Default (JavaSVN 1.0.4), SVN Kit 1.1.1 or Native JavaHL 1.4.3)?


Hi, I am using JavaSVN 1.0.4

Channing

channing
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Postby channing » Tue Mar 13, 2007 2:43 pm

Hi,

Again, I have reinstalled eclipse from scratch, deleted my old workspace and checked everything I needed out from svn into the new workspace.

But, I am still experiencing the problem.

Another member of my team is using subclipse without issues.

Is there something I can do to help resolve this issue? I will be forced to switch to Subclipse if it cannot be resolved soon.

Channing

Alexander Gurov
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Postby Alexander Gurov » Tue Mar 13, 2007 3:01 pm

Dear Channing,

Could you please try one of another clients (SVN Kit 1.1.1 or Native JavaHL 1.4.3)? I think old JavaSVN version used in default client can be the reason of the described problem.

Also please note that both alternative clients are SVN 1.4 compatible and silently converts working copies into 1.4 format. So, after sources is processed with 1.4 client you cannot switch back to 1.3 compatible client without recheckout of whole project.
Best regards,

Alexander Gurov

Subversive Team

Alexander Gurov
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Postby Alexander Gurov » Tue Mar 13, 2007 3:04 pm

And one more comment.
Old JavaSVN is not compatible with the SVN server 1.4.x. So, if you use Subversion 1.4.x you also should use 1.4.x compatible client.
Best regards,

Alexander Gurov

Subversive Team

channing
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Postby channing » Wed Mar 14, 2007 8:34 am

Alexander Gurov wrote:And one more comment.
Old JavaSVN is not compatible with the SVN server 1.4.x. So, if you use Subversion 1.4.x you also should use 1.4.x compatible client.


Thanks alexander, I'll try this out.

channing
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Postby channing » Wed Mar 14, 2007 10:56 am

Alexander Gurov wrote:Dear Channing,

Could you please try one of another clients (SVN Kit 1.1.1 or Native JavaHL 1.4.3)?


That worked :o

Thanks for the help

Channing


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