Please ignore me. I was just doing it wrong.
On Fri, Nov 2, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Tucker <j...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've trying to add a Git repo to our existing Review Board instance.
> Until now, everything has been SVN and been simple. When I tried to add
> the Git repo, I received a complaint about bad SSL certs. Since they're
> locally generated, this makes sense. I've set a global config option to
> not validate SSL (sslVerify = false) and that's gone away but not all I get
> is a spinner in the web page. It doesn't seem to be doing anything now.
> I've done some testing with the URL to invoke errors and they work (bad
> hostname, bad path, bad URI handler) but the valid path (which I can clone)
> doesn't work and there's nothing in the logs. I've enabled debugging in
> the local settings but all I get is this:
> 012-11-02 12:39:29,039 - DEBUG - Logging to
> /var/log/httpd/sites/reviewboard.log with a minimum level of DEBUG
> 2012-11-02 12:39:29,039 - DEBUG - Log file for Review Board v1.6.13 (PID
> Is there additional debugging I can enable or testing I can do?
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