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svn unavailable since more than an hour

Rainer Emrich-2
svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
'svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk'
svn: E210002: Network connection closed unexpectedly


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Re: svn unavailable since more than an hour

Bill Seurer (POWER7)
On 10/30/19 1:29 PM, Rainer Emrich wrote:
> svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
> 'svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk'
> svn: E210002: Network connection closed unexpectedly
>

I can ping gcc.gnu.org but if I tracert/traceroute to it I get:

24  server1.sourceware.org (209.132.180.131)  82.745 ms !X  82.740 ms !X
  82.292 ms !X

The !X means "communication administratively prohibited" apparently.
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-Bill Seurer
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Re: svn unavailable since more than an hour

Jeff Law
On 10/30/19 1:49 PM, Bill Seurer wrote:

> On 10/30/19 1:29 PM, Rainer Emrich wrote:
>> svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
>> 'svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk'
>> svn: E210002: Network connection closed unexpectedly
>>
>
> I can ping gcc.gnu.org but if I tracert/traceroute to it I get:
>
> 24  server1.sourceware.org (209.132.180.131)  82.745 ms !X  82.740 ms !X
>  82.292 ms !X
>
> The !X means "communication administratively prohibited" apparently.
THrottled perhaps?

jeff

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Re: svn unavailable since more than an hour

Jonathan Wakely-4
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On Wed, 30 Oct 2019 at 18:31, Rainer Emrich wrote:
>
> svn: E170013: Unable to connect to a repository at URL
> 'svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk'
> svn: E210002: Network connection closed unexpectedly

I think the server throttles the anon svn connections, and that can
make them time out.

Authenticated svn is fine, and the Git mirror is also fine, even
anonymously (I think it doesn't load the server so much anyway).

We'll be moving to Git in a couple of months so maybe now's a good
time to start using https://gcc.gnu.org/GitMIrror (or the unofficial
https://github.com/gcc-mirror/gcc one).