We've been asked migrate our Subversion servers from Linux to Windows. I've got a new windows server machine with VisualSVN installed.
I've svn dumped and loaded our new repositories. I've added permissions to the repositories and can browse to them via TortoiseSVN no problem.
When I go into Bamboo, clone a current plan and change the SVN url to our new subversion repository and try to save the bamboo plan, I get the following error:
The only difference I can see is that the old server is http:// and the new server is https://, not sure if this makes a difference?
Please could somebody point me in the right direction as i'm really struggling to work this out.
Thanks in advance
Thank you for your question.
Could you please run SSLPoke against your https:// from the Bamboo server so you can get more information about your new protocol configuration.
# https://my.svn.repository java SSLPoke my.svn.repository 443
# https://my.svn.repository java -Djavax.net.debug=ssl SSLPoke my.svn.repository 443
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Thank you for your understanding.
Rafael P. Sperafico
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