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From Andrey Kuprianov <>
Subject Re: TimeOut before replication with https. How to Debug?
Date Tue, 11 Dec 2012 13:22:01 GMT
What does couch log say?

On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 6:06 PM, Lucas Toulouse <
> wrote:

> Hello
> I test Couchdb for future production use.
> I want to use a instance of Couchdb as a backup on a server B. and I have a
> another couchdb that run only on localhost on a server A.
> I would use single replication (not continuous) to backup the couch A to
> couch B.
> The couch B is online. Behind a reverse proxy who negociate SSL session and
> transfer request in http to the Couch B.
> I launch locally on the server A a replication from source (local base on
> A) and target couch B with credentials and remote DbName
> After few seconds, i receive this Json {"error":"timeout"}.
> When I try a curl from shell A I success to authentificate myself on the
> Couch B. So this step seems Ok, and the server B answer my request.
> How I can debug from this message? A way to have more information?
> Have I a proxy config problem? Other things looks good on this proxy.
> Best regards
> Lucas

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