Crucible/Fisheye 3.0 svn GWT Error 500

Hey there,

we have got a Crucible/Fisheye Evaluation Version. It worked fine for some time but now all svn-repositories got disabled and when trying to restart them it fires an Error:

calling server:com.google.gwt.user.client.rpc.StatusCodeException: 500 The call failed on the server

I toke a look into the appication- and serverlogs but could not figure out what is wrong.

sers

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  1. Stop Fisheye
  2. Delete Subfolders in .\instance\var\cache
  3. Start Fisheye

Hi, I only deleted the subfolders of the Stopped Repositories and this fixed the 500 error. Is there any clue what the root cause of the problem is?

By disabling the repository and than removing the cache for the repository, you can fix this without restarting the entire application.

Will this cause re-indexing the repository?

Thanks for you solution. Worked like a charm. This other fix didn't work for me: https://confluence.atlassian.com/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=298979018&utm_source=SAC&utm_medium=dashboard%20this%20issue Seemed to be caused after installing incompatible add-ons for Fisheye/Crucible. Thanks again!

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