Specifying your own ssh will actually make it worse. It needs to use our own
rbssh in order to use your key.
What 1.6.x release did you first have this problem in? I'm trying to determine
if there's some big regression in us, in pysvn/svn, or if there's some common
On Jan 21, 2013, at 10:13, Alex Edwards <edwards.a...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have also tried adding this to the svn config file in <site
> ssh = ssh -i /var/www/test.com/data/.ssh/id_dsa
> but that doesnt seem to change anything either!
> On Monday, 21 January 2013 10:04:30 UTC-8, Alex Edwards wrote:
>> the server with apache and RB is runnning ubuntu, the svn server has selinux
>> but it has been disabled
>> I tried using pysvn and was prompted for a password, after which it hung for
>> a while then seems to have exited python (i think), should I have still been
>> in the python shell after executing that command?
>> aedwards@aedwards-vm1:~$ sudo -u www-data python
>> [sudo] password for aedwards:
>> Python 2.7.3 (default, Sep 26 2012, 21:51:14)
>> [GCC 4.7.2] on linux2
>> Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information.
>> >>> import pysvn
>> >>> client = pysvn.Client()
>> >>> client.info2('svn+ssh://aedwa...@myserver.com/export/cvs/svn/repos')
>> aedwa...@myserver.com's password:
>> On Monday, 21 January 2013 09:47:03 UTC-8, Matthew Woehlke wrote:
>>> On 2013-01-21 12:42, Alex Edwards wrote:
>>> > I am still having trouble getting this to work, I am unsure what I am
>>> > doing
>>> > differently to others. I started with rb 1.6 but couldn't get it working
>>> > so
>>> > I thought I would have a go with rb 1.7.1 I reinstalled reviewboard and
>>> > rbtools. And I am still facing the same problems.
>>> > - I have created an ssh key pair and uploaded the key to reviewboard
>>> > (and the server).
>>> > - I can ssh to the server using the key
>>> > - I can ssh to the server using the apache user (and key)
>>> > When I attempt to add a repository I get an error "A repository was not
>>> > found at the specified path".
>>> This sounds suspiciously like Jonathan's recent git troubles... is your
>>> server using SELinux? If yes, have you checked your SELinux log for
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