We have an issue where we are unable to access a recently imported SVN repository.
There was an issue right at the very end of the import process where, when it was inspecting the directory structure, it timed out.
Is there a way to determine if the SVN repo exists? It spent quite a while importing around 36,000 revisions so I hope there is something there.
When using both TortoiseSVN and SVN at the command line I get the following error:
Server sent unexpected return value (403 Forbidden) in response to OPTIONS request for 'https://XXXjira.atlassian.net/svn'
We have the following repo structure:
Do we have to configure our users to access SVN? I cannot see anywhere to do this. Or do we have an issue with structure? The user I am logging in as has admin privileges.
Any help appreciated.
You can configure your SVN repository access at the FishEye administration page at:
By default no one has access to the root directory of subversion, so you'd need to do an ls over /svn/1984 for example. You can give permission to the root directory on the above page if you'd like though. Check out the following documentation for more information:
Do you use mod_evasive on the apache web server that your subversion exist?
I had the same problem; It was giving 403 error when fisheye tries to connect subversion with to much request which is caused by mod_evasive.
Use DOSWhitelist statement for mod_evasive like the following lines:
DOSWhitelist 127.0.0.1 DOSWhitelist 192.168.0.*
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