my organization runs an apache2 server on its main server, it merely acts as a proxy server to proxy requests to other servers, uptill now it has been proxying fine, but recently I added our svn server to it and it doesn't forward to it.
here's a portion of my httpd.conf
ProxyPass /tomcat http://127.0.0.1:8080/
ProxyPassReverse /tomcat http://127.0.0.1:8080/
ProxyPass /svn http://subversion/svn/
ProxyPassReverse /svn http://subversion/svn/
ProxyPass /svn https://subversion/svn
ProxyPassReverse /svn https://subversion/svn
When I start it, it shows the following warning (but it starts fine):
Starting httpd: [Mon Jun 04 11:31:21 2007] [warn] _default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 443, the first has precedence
when I try to access it with http://mainserver/svn (or http://mainserver.mycompany.com) it asks for login/password, and (in firefox) keeps on showing the same dialog again and again even when I have entered correct login/password right the first time. In IE, it asks for a login/password and then says "Page cannot be displayed".... Same goes for SVN client (e.g. tortoise SVN), it won't even ask for a login/password and says "PROPFIND failed..."