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After SVN update facing connection timed out?

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Sometime back I upgraded our server from 1.7.5 to 1.8.8. On an automated build machine we had no issues with timeouts in 1.7.5. However, after upgrading to 1.8.8, client CLI as well, I am running into this time out error about 60% of the time. I have at least one other user running into this as well.

Any ideas or suggestions as to how to correct or work around this issue?

posted May 1, 2014 by Majula Joshi

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If you were using a 1.7 client over HTTP with the default neon library then the default HTTP timeout was 60min. The 1.8 client no longer supports neon and uses serf instead and the default HTTP timeout is now 10min.

You can change the client timeout by changing the 'http-timeout' setting in the client configuration.

answer May 1, 2014 by Kiran Kumar
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