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Re: Some 1.12.3 issues noticed.

From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: Some 1.12.3 issues noticed.
Date: Tue, 17 Feb 2004 23:06:45 -0500
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Mark wrote:

>hacked version? hmmm... a more user proof version is what I like
>to call it...
>one line source hack, same hack I have been using for years
>(including with 1.11.1p1, which didn't have these issues,
>including the /var/adm/messages entries)....maybe a configure
>switch or config setting could be added as a feature in a future
>release to accomplish the end result of this hack.....
>1.12.3 file: src/server.c
><     do_cvs_command ("import", import);
> >     error (1, 0, "this pserver does not support import");

That does look fairly harmless.

>We cannot go to 1.12.4 or 1.12.5 due to the problems of the
>"waiting on lock" core dumps......

Sorry.  Forgot about that.  Those are fixed in dev.  With a little luck
& hard work 1.12.6 will come soon.

>As far as repeatative steps.... without being about to identify
>a user, a machine, or an ip address associated with the
>particular pserver temp dir, its hard to call them up and ask
>what they did, which client their using, etc....
>one case may likely be a cancel/abort in the midst of an (large)
>operation, checkout/tag/rtag..... another possibility (or combo)
>is many users are using eclipse.. not sure what effect eclipse's
>cvs client may have... but whatever the client... it shouldn't
>cause the server to act up...

As far as I know, the only thing that should be able to prevent a server
from cleaning up right now is a core dump.  Can you find any core files?


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