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On  1 Feb, Larry Jones wrote:
> Laurent Duperval writes:
>> cvs server: Updating Sources/Test/mikmod
>> Terminated with fatal signal 11
> Signal 11 is SIGSEGV (Segmentation violation), which means you probably
> ran out of (virtual) memory, although CVS should detect that and report
> it nicely instead of crashing -- are you running the latest release
> (1.11)? 

I'm running the code from the CVS repository as of yesterday afternoon.

> Ask the server administrators to increase the limit on the
> maximum amount of virtual memory a process is allowed to use for the CVS
> server, if any, and increase the amount of swap space on the machine if
> required.  CVS frequently reads entire RCS files into memory, so if
> you're in the habit of storing multiple versions of large binary files
> in the repository, your memory requirements can be very large.

Ok, I'll ask.




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