[Lvlug] Can't connect to subversion server?
mstanley at technologist.com
Mon Jan 15 22:04:33 EST 2007
On Monday 15 January 2007 20:39, Linc Fessenden wrote:
> Mark wrote:
> > I've had subversion installed on my desktop for awhile and I just decided
> > to get it up and going on my file server. Should be the right thing,
> > yeah?
> > I've got it installed and working locally when I ssh into the server (svn
> > version 1.4.2) but I can't seem to make anything happen from my
> > workstation (svn version 1.4.0.) From my ssh session on the server I
> > can't see the open port. It should be 3690, the default, but it doesn't
> > show up when I nmap localhost. Next, I used "lsof | grep subserve" and
> > it shows up as having the associated port. Finally, nothing is showing
> > up in /var/log/messages when I do a tail -f on the log.
> > Should I be seeing an open port when I run nmap?
> > -Mark
> Wait.. Are you running the svn server as a daemon, or are you just
> using subversion over ssh? I don't believe the two are mutually
> inclusive. Although I have not done it that way, you are supposed to be
> able to use ssh as your transport inside ssh and not have the daemon
> running (hence no open port 3690). The regular svnserve daemon uses
> that port though for regular tcp.
I'm running it as a daemon and no ssh. Does that port show up when you scan
your system? I'm just asking because I think I may be having a problem with
a library or something. If that is the case then I will start digging into
the problem but I kind of need to know first.
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