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We have a local SVN client and server on localhost I would like to "sniff" all SVN protocol messages sent to the SVN server How can that be done?

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What platform is this on? – Tim Bielawa Feb 19 '11 at 1:24

Most tools won't show local (internal to the one computer) network traffic. You need a tool that can get deep into the local IP stack.

Try Sysinternal's TCPView

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You will need a tool which can sniff loopback or raw sockets. Try using RawCap.

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