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Hey folks.  Thanks much for SVNKit.  I've got version 1.3.5.7406 installed inside of Eclipse 3.7.0 on a Mac.

For some time now I've been unable to check in with SVNKit.  Command line svn works fine.  The repository URL is:

    svn+ssh://svn.mprew.com/usr/...

but SVNKit says:

   svn: Cannot connect to 'svn+ssh://svn.mprew.com': There was a problem while connecting to svn.mprew.com:1800

In the _way_ past we used to run our svn on port 1800 I think.  For the life of me I can't find out where this host name is cached.  I've looked for it in the .subversion directory and my Eclipse configurations.  I've done a bunch of searches and reading but I still can't find it.

How do I view this cache and (more importantly) clear it.

Help would be appreciated.  Thanks.
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Re: cached host name means eclipse svn enowork

Alexander Kitaev-4
Hello,

Sorry for delay with the answer.

Port for the SSH connection might be taken either from the SSH tunnel
configuration (resides in ~/.subversion/config [tunnels] section) or
from the cached credentials (delete ~/.subversion/auth).

In Eclipse also Eclipse keyring storage is used as a credentials
cache, its default location is
ECLIPSE_HOME/configuration/org.eclipse.core.runtime/.keyring

Also, SVNKit supports OS X default credentials cache (keychain), try
cleaning it. Another option is to specify URL with a port:  Also you
may specify URL, like ssh://host:22/..."

Actually, in case SVNKit cannot connect with the certain credentials,
it should prompt you for another ones, looks like a bug if it does not
happen.

Alexander Kitaev,
TMate Software,
http://svnkit.com/ - Java [Sub]Versioning Library!
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On 17 October 2011 04:53, gray <[hidden email]> wrote:

>
> Hey folks.  Thanks much for SVNKit.  I've got version 1.3.5.7406 installed
> inside of Eclipse 3.7.0 on a Mac.
>
> For some time now I've been unable to check in with SVNKit.  Command line
> svn works fine.  The repository URL is:
>
>    svn+ssh://svn.mprew.com/usr/...
>
> but SVNKit says:
>
>   svn: Cannot connect to 'svn+ssh://svn.mprew.com': There was a problem
> while connecting to svn.mprew.com:1800
>
> In the _way_ past we used to run our svn on port 1800 I think.  For the life
> of me I can't find out where this host name is cached.  I've looked for it
> in the .subversion directory and my Eclipse configurations.  I've done a
> bunch of searches and reading but I still can't find it.
>
> How do I view this cache and (more importantly) clear it.
>
> Help would be appreciated.  Thanks.
> gray
>
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> View this message in context: http://old.nabble.com/cached-host-name-means-eclipse-svn-enowork-tp32664363p32664363.html
> Sent from the SVNKit - Users mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
>
>
>

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gray
Thanks much for responding Alexander.

AlexanderKitaev wrote
In Eclipse also Eclipse keyring storage is used as a credentials cache, its default location is
ECLIPSE_HOME/configuration/org.eclipse.core.runtime/.keyring
Aha!!  Found it not there but in my home directory under Mac OSX Lion in $HOME/.eclipse_keyring.  Clearing that file pops up the dialog again so I can reconfigure it.

AlexanderKitaev wrote
Actually, in case SVNKit cannot connect with the certain credentials, it should prompt you for another
ones, looks like a bug if it does not happen.
Yeah, that is definitively not happening.

Thanks again though Alexander.  I've been really fighting with this for a while.
gray