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From Mark Phippard <markp...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Non-DoD Source] Re: using pkcs11 (CAC cards) with svn 1.8 and newer
Date Thu, 10 Dec 2015 16:26:34 GMT
On Thu, Dec 10, 2015 at 11:03 AM, Simpson, Andrew R CIV NSWC Crane, JXSNL <
andrew.simpson@navy.mil> wrote:

> I'd love to, but I have to be "allowed" to :)  I will push within DoD
> circles.
>
> The issue with newer versus older was indicated by our server provider (
> forge.mil).


I provide the software that forge.mil is built from -- TeamForge.  If it
has been upgraded recently than it would be on SVN 1.8.x on the server as
that is the latest version we provide.


>   I'm only rehashing what they stated, although I should be clear that was
> in regards to tortoiseSVN.  We did see issues specifically with regards to
> tortoise using older versions that did seem to go away by upgrading to the
> latest client in those cases on windows.
>
> I do believe, however, that the timeouts may be caused by either A)
> configuration of the svn server or B) the network setup of the server
> provider.
>
> Thanks again for the info.  much appreciated.  Will take a look into
> what's required to modify serf to support this.
>

Setting a side the CAC issues which are specific to forge.mil, a large
percentage of users use SVN 1.6/1.7 clients simply because they use what
comes with their distro.  As you point out, RHEL6 provides SVN 1.6 so we
see a lot of that.  There should be no issues specific to the client/server
versions.  You should be fine using SVN 1.6.  Any timeout problems you are
having are not because of the client version.

If these started after the upgrade, then I would guess there was some
configuration that changed that was overlooked.

-- 
Thanks

Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/

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