On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 1:40 AM, Bo98 <boellisander...@aol.com> wrote:
> Shawn Pearce wrote
>>> And here's a snip from my access_log:
>>>     ::1 - - [29/Jul/2012:18:34:34 +0100] "GET
>>> /repo/myproject.git/info/refs?service=git-receive-pack HTTP/1.1" 200 117
>> Was this request actually served using the smart http-backend? Try the
>> request yourself on the command line with curl, making sure to pass
>> the ?service=git-receive-pack query parameter. A smart HTTP response
>> will include a service=git-receive-pack line as the first line of the
>> response body. I don't think Apache called the http-backend CGI, and
>> so the client thought the server was not smart HTTP capable.
> This is what curl returned:
> 2ddf56592a0f55456b8c42dc9f2cb9289f083f53        refs/heads/1.0.x
> 55079bb13d9af8a9164ad0d24b654cbfe119bc7e        refs/heads/master
> Looks okay. Those are the 2 branches I've got.

No, a smart HTTP response looks more like this:

1e# service=git-receive-pack
000000a5e7a3bcbbb8083e812ce07a5459f0e6d30edfb9fe HEAD include-tag
multi_ack_detailed multi_ack ofs-delta side-band side-band-64k
thin-pack no-progress shallow no-done

Looks like Apache isn't calling the smart-http CGI.
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