Hi David,

But it is working fine with browser and with client svn.

Could you please let me know what should i do to fix this issue.


On Tuesday, May 20, 2014 4:00:34 PM UTC+5:30, bhagwat mane wrote:
> Hi Team,
> *Issue :* A repository was not found at the specified path.
> *When :* Adding or updating client SVN repository (https://), it is 
> hosted at another place and required SSL certificate.
> *Background *:
> We have migrated CollabNet Subversion 1.6 to 1.8. after migration we have 
> facing above issue.
> I spent near about 4 days to resolve this issue, below are some changes we 
> did to fix this issue-
> 1. We have upgrade reviewboard from 1.6 to 1.7
> 2. Tried to update python from 2.6.5 to latest version but unable to do 
> that.
> 3. Tried to search on google, how to add client certificate to apache2 
> server.
> 4. We have another SVN repository which is hosted at our local 
> environment, and we are able to add/update repository details.
> 5. After migration reviewboard 1.7 works fine, but can't to any action 
> related to client repository like add/update repository, create request 
> with diff/patch, not able to view existing diff files. 
> 6. Got error when we see old review request diff in reviewboard 
> *Error:* Unable to connect to a repository at URL 'https://.....' Error 
> running context: An error occurred during SSL communication.
> 7. We have tired to connect to svn from Terminal using command svn ls 
> https://ipaddress/svn/foldername/, but getting error as *:*
> *Error : *svn: E120171: Unable to connect to a repository at URL '
> https://ipaddress/svn/foldername' 
> svn: E120171: Error running context: An error occurred during SSL 
> communication
> *Notes: *
> 1. We have installed reviewboard on Ubuntu server with Apache2 and Python 
> 2.6 and MySQL.
> 2. CollabNet Repository is hosted at remote data center and required ssl 
> certificate.
> It seems that this issue is related to SSL, but no idea how to fix this.
> I am new to Ubuntu, Apache and Python, so no idea how to add client ssl 
> certificate to reviewboard.
> Please provide me details information how i can fix this issue.
> Thanks in advance.

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