Excellent! Glad it's working Jim :)


Christian Hammond - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
VMware, Inc.

On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 3:44 PM, Jim Lloyd <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> On Mon, Nov 3, 2008 at 2:47 PM, Russell Bryant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote:
>> On Nov 3, 4:28 pm, Russell Bryant <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> > On Nov 2, 12:53 am, "Christian Hammond" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> >
>> > > Yeah. What basically happens is that Review Board will check either
>> the
>> >
>> > > main repository path or the mirror path when looking up a repository
>> (say,
>> > > from post-review), but will use the mirror path (if set) for the
>> actual
>> > > calls to the server. (Why it uses the mirror path and not the main
>> one, I
>> > > don't recall anymore -- I think it was due to how we had things set up
>> at
>> > > VMware originally to work around something).
>> >
>> > Hm.  I'm having trouble getting it to actually behave this way.  I
>> > have a repository set up with the main path ashttps://origsvn..., as
>> > that is where all of my checkouts will be from.  Then, I set my mirror
>> > path to behttp://svn..., since that is the public mirror that
>> > reviewboard actually has access to.  post-review from my https://
>> > checkout works fine, but viewing the diff does not work.  It looks
>> > like it's making calls to the server using the main repo path instead
>> > of the mirror path.  Here is the trace.  I'll see if I can figure out
>> > what to change in the code in the meantime ...
>> I was able to get this fixed with the help of Christian on IRC.  All I
>> did was swap my settings for the main and mirror paths.  It turns out
>> that reviewboard will always use the _main_ path to access the
>> repository, not the mirror path, as mentioned before.  I'll see if I
>> can find a logical place on the wiki to add this information ...
> Christian & Russell: thanks for investigating this issue. I now have a
> working configuration. I'm using http (not https) for the main path, and
> svn+ssh for the mirror path. Post-review works for checkouts done using
> svn+ssh, and diffs now work without error. With this setup I don't need to
> specify a user & password, and my http server is on a private network behind
> a firewall, configured for read-only operations, so I'm satsified with the
> security considerations.
> Thanks!
> Jim
> >

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