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Fisheye/SVN connection stopping

Hi

Our connection from Fisheye to SVN keep stopping then after a few days it may come back of it's own accord.

The errors are like this

Repository paused due to error com.cenqua.fisheye.config.ConfigException: Could not access https://10.33.31.239.454/subversion/branches/SonarScanFixes :

orgt.apache.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn E175002 connection refused by the server

svn: E175002 PROPFIND request failed on '/subversion/branches/SonarScanFixes'

com.cenqua,fisheye.rep.RepositoryClientException:

 

Any ideas what could be causing this to stop and then come back by itself?

Thanks

2 answers

1 vote

I will take a look at the SVN itself and where you are running it. Can you setup a cron to monitor your Subversion repository uptime and see if there's something wrong with it?

Ok thanks, it's a shared server, what kind of things specifically would I be looking for or where after cron is set up?

0 votes

Maybe FishEye opens to many connections to your Subversion server? See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/FISHKB/SVN+Initial+Indexing+Fails+Reporting+connection+refused+by+the+server

PS: What version of Apache Httpd do you have?

Apache version 2.2.21

Could that be contributing to this?

Apache has various bugs, we had a number of bug reports historically so I would suggest to the latest version if possible. In one of bugs recently analysed by us it's recommended to use at least httpd 2.4.10. 

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