[PyXMPP] possible webserver misconfiguration of http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/

Christopher Stelma chris at digsby.com
Fri Feb 11 20:19:39 CET 2011


By poking at the server, I found that http://svn.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/ does
not have the same problem.  Also, it's nice to see Trac upgraded and working
a bit better than it used to.

On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Christopher Stelma <chris at digsby.com>wrote:

> On Sun, Jul 25, 2010 at 3:50 PM, Jacek Konieczny <jajcus at jajcus.net>
> wrote:
> > On Wed, Jul 21, 2010 at 12:33:53PM -0400, Christopher Stelma wrote:
> >> ----------------------------
> >> $ svnsync synchronize file:///opt/digsby/svn/pyxmpp-mirror
> >> svnsync: Repository moved permanently to
> >> 'http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/'; please relocate
> >> ----------------------------
> >>
> >> Attempts to checkout the repository root also fail with the same
> message:
> >> ----------------------------
> >> $ svn co http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp pyxmpp
> >> svn: Repository moved permanently to
> >> 'http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/'; please relocate
> >> $ svn co http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/ pyxmpp
> >> svn: Repository moved permanently to
> >> 'http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/'; please relocate
> >> ----------------------------
> >>
> >> The svn client version I'm using is "svn, version 1.6.6 (r40053)"
> >> A quick hit to "http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp" with wget reveals
> >> that this is a HTTP 301 (Moved Permanently) error.  A possible reason
> >> for such a 301 error is explained at
> >> http://subversion.apache.org/faq.html#http-301-error
> >
> > This is not an error, this is a missing '/' in the URL you use.
>
> Please note, the same error is experienced with or without the '/' (I
> gave both as examples), but only at the repository root.
>
> >
> >> 2) svn import to launchpad.net fails.  June 18, 2010
> >> see comments at (mine are under "stelminator"):
> >> https://code.launchpad.net/~vcs-imports/pyxmpp/trunk
> >>
> >> It appears that they attempted to go to
> >> "http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/svn/pyxmpp/trunk" (no trailing slash).  wget
> >> to that location gives a 301 to
> >> "http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net:82/svn/pyxmpp/trunk/".  Note the port is 82,
> >> not 80, which is followed, but doesn't respond.
> >
> > That looks like a bug, indeed.
>
> thanks.
>
> >
> >> 3) cannot log in to or create ticket on pyxmpp Trac. (just noticed
> >> this yesterday, July 20, 2010)
> >> It is not currently possible to create a ticket anonymously at
> >> http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/trac/newticket
> >
> > I had to disable that, otherwise the Trac was being filled up with spam,
> > even though the spam filter caught most of it.
>
> That is unfortunate; I would not be concerned with anonymous ticket
> creation if login worked, but as it stands, that makes Trac
> unwritable.
>
> >
> >> and logging in to
> >> "http://pyxmpp.jajcus.net/trac/login/" gives the following error:
> >>
> >> ----------------------------
> >> 426 Upgrade Required
> >> The requested resource can only be retrieved using SSL. The server is
> >> willing to upgrade the current connection to SSL, but your client
> >> doesn't support it. Either upgrade your client, or try requesting the
> >> page using https://
> >>
> >> Cherokee web server 1.0.5 (PLD Linux), Port 80
> >> ----------------------------
> >
> > That is a known Cherokee problem, I think a solution has been released,
> > I need to check it out.
>
> Thanks.  Also, switching to https now results in an HTTP Auth login,
> but after entering username/password, no pages manage to load on
> https(443) (they come back with a blank page in the browser).  I
> attempted to force HTTP auth on http(80) without effect.
>
> >
> >> The registration page at least exists;  I didn't try it, since I
> >> wouldn't be able to log in.  By the way, Trac version 0.12 has been
> >> released.
> >
> > Yes, I know, but that is a major version upgrade and I am careful with
> > upgrades.
>
> I understand your caution.  My personal experience with such an
> upgrade (.11 to .12), for what it's worth, is that any problems are
> usually with plugins, which you seem to make minimal use of.  Thanks
> for your consideration.
>
> >
> > Greets,
> >        Jacek
> > _______________________________________________
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> >
>
>
>
> --
> Christopher Stelma
> Digsby Developer
> chris at digsby.com
>



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Christopher Stelma
Digsby Developer - digsby.com
chris at digsby.com
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