Http Connection(Http Engine.java:330) at com.squareup.okhttp. Http Engine.connect(Http Engine.java:319) at com.squareup.okhttp. Http Request(Http Engine.java:241) at com.squareup.okhttp. Ok Http Aether Client.get(Ok Http Aether Client.java:100) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.

You have to have at least a user XOR the reference to an installed Maven runtime (which you have configured).

I have tried all these lesser deletes, but it won't help.

Socks Socket Impl.connect(Socks Socket Impl.java:392) at

Socket.connect(Socket.java:589) at com.squareup.okhttp.internal. Platform.connect Socket(Platform.java:107) at com.squareup.okhttp. Connection.connect(Connection.java:156) at com.squareup.okhttp. Connection.connect And Set Owner(Connection.java:175) at com.squareup.okhttp. Ok Http Client$1.connect And Set Owner(Ok Http Client.java:120) at com.squareup.okhttp. Call$Application Interceptor Chain.proceed(Call.java:228) at com.squareup.okhttp. Response With Interceptor Chain(Call.java:199) at com.squareup.okhttp. Call.execute(Call.java:79) at io.takari.aether.okhttp. Ok Http Aether Client.execute(Ok Http Aether Client.java:154) at io.takari.aether.okhttp.

I am using an external Maven 3.0.3 installation and m2eclipse configured with Eclipse Indigo and I am definitely not behind any proxy.

Also my networking configuration in eclipse is all set to direct and I am still unable to update the indices. I have searched on Google and other forums but am unable to resolve it. I think the information that the index could not be updated is cached somehere, and after reloading the settings.xml, this cache was cleared.Eventually, it displayed a few errors about timing out.The issue is that Eclipse appears to be trying to contact mirrors that don’t have a proper copy of all the files it’s expecting.Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:788) at org.apache.maven.index.updater.Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:135) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.Nexus Index Manager

Also my networking configuration in eclipse is all set to direct and I am still unable to update the indices. I have searched on Google and other forums but am unable to resolve it. I think the information that the index could not be updated is cached somehere, and after reloading the settings.xml, this cache was cleared.Eventually, it displayed a few errors about timing out.The issue is that Eclipse appears to be trying to contact mirrors that don’t have a proper copy of all the files it’s expecting.Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:788) at org.apache.maven.index.updater.Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:135) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.Nexus Index Manager$1.run(Nexus Index Manager.java:656) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.

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Also my networking configuration in eclipse is all set to direct and I am still unable to update the indices. I have searched on Google and other forums but am unable to resolve it. I think the information that the index could not be updated is cached somehere, and after reloading the settings.xml, this cache was cleared.

Eventually, it displayed a few errors about timing out.

The issue is that Eclipse appears to be trying to contact mirrors that don’t have a proper copy of all the files it’s expecting.

Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:788) at org.apache.maven.index.updater.

Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:135) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.

Nexus Index Manager$1.run(Nexus Index Manager.java:656) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.

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Also my networking configuration in eclipse is all set to direct and I am still unable to update the indices. I have searched on Google and other forums but am unable to resolve it. I think the information that the index could not be updated is cached somehere, and after reloading the settings.xml, this cache was cleared.

Eventually, it displayed a few errors about timing out.

The issue is that Eclipse appears to be trying to contact mirrors that don’t have a proper copy of all the files it’s expecting.

Default Index Updater.fetch And Update Index(Default Index Updater.java:788) at org.apache.maven.index.updater.

.run(Nexus Index Manager.java:656) at org.eclipse.m2internal.index.nexus.