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From Paolo Cavallini <>
Subject Re: Possible bug: Bad record MAC
Date Tue, 05 Mar 2013 20:54:34 GMT
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Hi Philip,
thanks for your reply.

Il 05/03/2013 14:09, Philip Martin ha scritto:

> You don't say which client/OS you are using or which http library
> the Subversion client is using.

subversion 1.6.17dfsg-4
openssl 1.0.1e-1
on debian testing, up to date.
I tried downgrading openssl, the error remains the same.

> Does it happens every time you contact the server or does it happen
> once an update/checkout has started?

It happens when committing, after transmission, but only on specific

> This is a low level error from the SSL/HTTP libraries used by 
> Subversion.  It's a standard SSL error that indicates that
> consistency checks on the SSL data in the SSL library have failed.
> The root cause could be network hardware, a firewall, a proxy, an
> incompatibility between the SSL implementation on the client and
> server, etc. Here is one example: 

Network has bben checked cables and switch have been changed, firewall
and proxy have not changed.
So it could be a communication problem between openssl and subversion.

Any hint on how to debug will be greatly appreciated.

All the best.
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