Yes well I don't have any read-onlyhttp and I don't think I will, I've seen
the post regarding this similar problem and it seems that there's no
solution using ssh+svn, unless, I guess, there's a way I can run apache with
a username that has subversion account.
On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 6:58 PM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com>wrote:
> Getting a ssh+svn repository to work is tricky, due to certificates. It
> requires getting a valid certificate saved for the web server's user.
> Do you have any read-only http repository? If so, you should set that as
> the Path for the repository and then set the ssh+svn repository as the
> Mirror Path. Review Board will then be able to access the http repository
> without dealing with certificates, and yet will still validate with your
> ssh+svn repository when uploading diffs.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> Review Board - http://www.review-board.org
> VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
> On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 11:47 AM, armandoPonce <armando.po...@gmail.com>wrote:
>> Yes I checked the apache logs and the only think I get is:
>> DiffParser.parse: Beginning parse of diff, size = 2702
>> 2009-08-06 06:43:52,945 - DEBUG - DiffParser.parse: Finished parsing
>> Host key verification failed.
>> Not very helpful but I think that is trying to use user apache to
>> authenticate with my remote ssh+svn repo
>> On Aug 5, 6:32 pm, Nathan Heijermans <nheijerm...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > armandoPonce wrote:
>> > > I have the log updated in the Admin Settings to the path:
>> > > /var/www/gnwreviewboard/logs/reviewboard.log
>> > > and I am getting an error when trying to create a precomit review, it
>> > > say connection closed unexpectedly. I'm trying to view the error in
>> > > the log but is not storing the error, I aready setup the parameter
>> > > DBUG = True in the settings_local.py file and restart apache and
>> > > nothing. Is there any other hidden log? how can I get the full
>> > > description of the error?
>> > Have you checked apache's error logs? They're typically at
>> /var/log/apache2/ (on Debian-based systems) or /var/log/httpd/ (on
>> Redhat-based systems). That should give you the information you're looking
>> > Nathan Heijermans
Ing. Armando Ponce Corral
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