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Re: Subversion server no longer accessible after upgrading to NetBSD 4.0.1
On Wed, Nov 05, 2008 at 12:02:50PM -0500, Adrian Maier wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 4, 2008 at 3:57 PM, Manuel Bouyer
> <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost> wrote:
> > On Tue, Nov 04, 2008 at 07:46:15PM +0200, Adrian Maier wrote:
> >> Hello,
> >> Before the upgrade, my server used to run NetBSD 3.0 . One of the
> >> services running
> >> on this machine is the subversion server (v.1.3.0) ) is called from
> >> rc.local with:
> >> su username -c "/usr/pkg/bin/svnserve -d -r /data/svn_repo "
> >> So, i was able to connect to the svn repository with urls like "
> >> svn://192.168.0.2/repo/blabla" .
> >> Yesterday I have upgraded the machine to NetBSD 4.0.1 . The pkgsrc
> >> packages are
> >> still the old ones ( the plan is to upgrade all of them, too, when I
> >> find the time to take
> >> care of this ).
> >> The current problem is that now I am getting :
> >> svn: Can't connect to host '192.168.0.2': Connection refused
> >> whenever I try to access the svn repository using the "svn://" protocol .
> >> The svnserve process is launched at boot and seems to be operational
> >> (it is listed
> >> in the ps , and when I run it manually it doesn't generate any
> >> errors). Yet,
> >> it is not accessible.
> > Does 'netstat -a -f inet' list the svn port as listening ?
> No, the svn port does not appear in the list of listening ports.
> I have upgraded the svn to 1.4.2. Nothing changed. I have also
> tried to run the svnserve with the options:
> svnserve -r /data/svn -X --foreground --listen-port=9009
> but it is not giving any kind of hint about what could be wrong. The bad thing
> is that svnserve doesn't seem to create any kind of log file. And
> it also doesn't have command line options for increasing the
> verbosity .
Well, I've no idea about what could be wrong then. maybe ktrace
would give a hint ...
Manuel Bouyer, LIP6, Universite Paris VI.
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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