SVN sshtunnel using old lan ip: where to change
I have a subversion service setup on my computer.
On my old lan the computer's ip was 192.168.0.3.
On my new lan the computer's ip is 192.168.1.76.
When I issue a svn command it is picking up the old ip and giving me an ssh error saying that there was no route to host.
I set up the service a couple years back and am not sure where svn is getting this ip from.
~/.subversion/config <-only thing I did here was to add the non-standard port to the ssh command
and my aliases.
Does anyone know where svn might be picking up the old ip and where I might change it to the new ip.
I know that I can write out the ip in the command and it'll work but would like the shorthand method.
Last edited by InkyDinky; November 1st, 2011 at 04:03 AM.
Reason: Make explanation a bit clearer
Re: SVN sshtunnel using old lan ip: where to change
I finally found the soluttion.
You need to use the svn switch command.
syntax:svn switch --relocate OLD_URL NEW_URL
e.g. svn switch --relocate svn+sshtunnel://192.168.0.1/home/bob/fu svn+sshtunnel:/192.168.1.1/home/bob/fu
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