Cant Import a VALID SVN URL

Issue #3629 resolved
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I am an Atlassin Customer trailing BuitBucket.

First start not good - cant import SVN repo.

Repo is here:

Your import fails and says no Repo found

I emailed this issuea WEEK ago and no respose, also NOT GOOD

Pls advise immed. or I will look elsewhere

Comments (6)

  1. Erik van Zijst staff

    I haven't looked into this in detail, but what I can see is that it seems you're running your repository with a self-signed SSL certificate (for hostname ASUS-i5-W7-x64), but when you're serving that over the internet, your hostname is different ( and subversion will refuse to checkout from there.

    As far as I know, there's no way for us to force svn to accept such certificate (we're already passing --non-interactive --no-auth-cache --trust-server-cert on the command line).

    Maybe you can make your repo available over plain HTTP temporarily?

    Alternatively, maybe it's easier to just import it yourself. Our SVN importer process merely run "svn export <url> <target> && cd <target> && git init && git --all add && git commit" You could do that on your own box, then create an empty repo on Bitbucket and push it straight into there.

    Regards, Erik

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