That looks like the culprit.
We're telling SVN of the username, but that's not being passed to rbssh.
What you can do is change the path to be svn+ssh://username@blah, and then
set Mirror Path to be the one without the username@ (in order to be able to
look it up properly). See if that works.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
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On Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 1:59 PM, Liam Reimers <liam.reim...@gmail.com>wrote:
> Well, this is interesting...
> $ cat /var/log/reviewboard/rbssh-61048.log
> 12-18 13:56 root DEBUG ['/usr/bin/rbssh', '<svn
> hostname>', 'svnserve', '-t']
> 12-18 13:56 root DEBUG PID 61048
> 12-18 13:56 root DEBUG !!! <svn hostname>, _www,
> ['svnserve', '-t']
> Does this mean it's trying to run a command as _www? This is the user that
> the web server runs as, but it's not the user that I configured the
> repository to use!
> On Tuesday, December 18, 2012 12:37:35 PM UTC-8, Christian Hammond wrote:
>> What version were you using before that worked? Nothing has changed with
>> SSH in a few releases. Did anything else change? Subversion version?
>> This sounds more like the server dropped the connection during our
>> access. I wouldn't be able to tell you why.
>> You'll probably need to add the environment variables to your
>> reviewboard.wsgi file in your site's htdocs folder. Otherwise, it won't
>> carry over.
>> Being able to see the SVN path you're trying to use would help a lot.
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