Not Seeing Pending Changes

My TeamCity server (4.5.3 build 9035) is not seeing any pending changes, thus not triggering a build on my check ins.  I use a hosted subversion provider and from what I can tell the computer clocks are set correctly. If I force a build then the changes are found but never tracked in TeamCity.

Is there any process I can go through to debug what is causing this? I found the teamcity-vcs.log but can't see anything in there that suggests why the changes are not being seen.

Thanks,
Chris

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Hello Chris,

   Could you please try the following sequence:
   1. Add a change to the subversion
   2. For a related build configuration, run "Check for pending changes" command. See "Actions" link in build configuration's toolbar

   Would a pending change appear after that in TC UI?

   Did you probably change "Changes Checking Interval" for the corresponding VCS root? By default, TeamCity should check for changes each minute.

   Regards,
   KIR

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Hi Kirill,

I have tried those steps previously but TC was unable to see the pending change.

Thanks,
Chris

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Hello Chris,

  Do I understand correctly that if you run the build manually, it shows corresponding changes on the "Changes" tab?

  Could you provide some details on how you VCS root is configured:
  - VCS root configuration page
  - checkout rules for the build configuration
  - teamcity-vcs.log file should contain records for the cases when changes are collected for your build configuration, like the following:

[2009-06-13 12:44:53,842]   INFO [hanges loader 5] -      jetbrains.buildServer.VCS - Collecting changes: root=svn: svn+ssh://kir-pc.labs.intellij.net/home/svn_repository/testng/trunk {id=5},
fromVersion=100_2009/06/13 12:44:38 +0400, toVersion=100_2009/06/13 12:44:53 +0400
[2009-06-13 12:44:53,850]   INFO [hanges loader 4] -      jetbrains.buildServer.VCS - Finish collecting changes for svn: svn+ssh://kir-pc.labs.intellij.net/home/svn_repository/testng/trunk {id
=1}; 0 changes collected 0 changes reported

  Do you see such records in your logs? Could you attach it?

  Regards,
  KIR

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I do not see any changes in the "Changes Tab" but the new code is indeed picked up by the build and any bug fixes or work done is included in the newly run build.

I will spend some time this evening and grab the relevant log files for you.

Thanks for your help!

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