Error validating server certificate svn
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Accept permanently | Accept once | Reject to be related to Tortoise SVN and not the certificate, which checks out fine at Web and I would say that the cause of the error you list above is because the Entrust certificate is simply not listed in the SSL certificates that Tortoise SVN will trust.It may be trying to cache to the Keychain, in which case you should try unlocking your keychain and doing an 'svn up' in one of stacks that is versioned with svn.Repeated attempts to 'svn up' in the same directory shouldn't ask you to accept the certificate any more.Certificate information: - Hostname: *org - Valid: from Thu, GMT until Wed, GMT - Issuer: Equifax Secure Certificate Authority, Equifax, US - Fingerprint: fb::bf:::8d:ee:b:d0:f8:9a:e8:d2 (R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently?I think SVN is trying to cache the server certificate and failing to do so.I just updated the certificate on one of my sites due to the old one expiring.
The new certificate verifies fine in Internet Explorer 9, Chrome, and Firefox 4 - but when trying to browse/check out the repository with Tortoise SVN, I get the following error: Error validating server certificate for https://com:443: Unknown certificate issuer.
https://svn.osgeo.org/osgeoconfig/apache/conf.d/hosts/was different from what was on the server. There is no need for SSLCertificate Chain File line.
I've tested this on a couple of browsers and seems to be working. shawn [email protected]% svn update Error validating server certificate for 'https://svn.osgeo.org:443': - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority.
restrict access by specific paths within a repository), if that sort of access control is required, consider creating multiple repositories with different permissions.
This will delete the repository on our servers, note that while this is normally very quick, there is occasionally a delay in removal.
On the other hand, it may be trying to cache to ~/.subversion/auth/ , in which case you should make sure that directory exists and that your user has write permissions to it.