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Apache Error - sh: svn: command not found

Located in Web Hosting Discussion, started by sahostking, Jun 13, 2013

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  1. sahostking

    sahostking Established Member

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    Hi guys,

    Trying to clear all our Apache errors and when going through logs I can't figure out this last error message:

    [Thu Jun 13 16:24:26 2013] [error] [client #] sh: svn: command not found

    Any ideas?
     
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  2. vectro

    vectro Established Member ★★★★★★★★★★

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    I believe svn is Subversion which is a repository software developers use to store code as they continuously develop new versions of their software. This could mean one of your users is a programmer who is making legitimate software. It could also mean a hacker is trying to do something malicious to your server. I would find out which user is doing it and inspect their files.
     
  3. WebzPro

    WebzPro New Member

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    It means that someone tried to run the svn command. As it is not present on the server, the error message in question was returned. By the way, this might be a sign of someone trying to attack the website.

    As said above by vectro,
    "find out which user is doing it and inspect their files."
     
  4. Anh

    Anh Established Member

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    Log shows that someone tried to run the svn command on your server. If it is not run by your concern then it means someone tried to hack your website. Find out the source of attack and block them
     

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