I'm unable to connect to admin page but I can do commit and check out. It says unable to connect to the server when I try to connect it.
I have installed ubersvn on my windows machine. Is there any check list that I need to follow to trace the issue?
After applying last updates to the Apache server, the portal is no longer accessible, even on the server machine (localhost:9890).
My server is 2008R2.
The Wandisco service is running. Two apache httpd processes are running.
The portal on port 9890 does not respond.
I'm afraid I haven't really had the time to investigate this properly yet. If you are desperate to get up and running today, then the quickest thing to do would be to download the latest version from www.ubersvn.com and re-install. You can svnadmin dump your repositories using the command line tools as normal and when you are re-recreating your repositories through the GUI just choose the create repository from dump file option.
- Addition of existing repository on the server does not work as expected.
When I specified the exact path on the server, UberSVN fails to take it, says that the path already exists (OK, this is exactly what I wanted... so just take it?)
When specified a different path, UberSvn seems to create a *new* repository and imports only the HEAD revision from existing repo; all history is lost.
Only import from a dump seems to work (as you advised).
- The repo browser definitely does not work. It never worked for me well. Shows a blank page or timeout message.
- Every small change in user permissions causes restart of the svn server. Very annoying!
- Verify command (in the repo admin page) does not work.
Spews the following:
"An error occured, see below for details.
Error message: C:\Program Files (x86)\WANdisco\uberSVN\data\logs\verify-svn\testrepo-23-04-2012_20-15-46-Messages.log (The system cannot find the path specified)
Indeed the path "C:\Program Files (x86)\WANdisco\uberSVN\data\logs\verify-svn" does not exist, so error log is not available.
And some lesser cosmetic glitches (like: unable to edit web links in the admin interface).
Hope Wandisco can sort this out sometime, then we may consider using your product again.
(unfortunately this time we've missed the deadline and choose a different server software).
I have exactly the same problem whereby I canot access the admin page. I am able to commit changes and all other client functions but cannot administer the server. I don't really want to reinstall the complete server so would appreciate if you could help identify a resolution.