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NT Daylight savings again?

From: R Bresner
Subject: NT Daylight savings again?
Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 15:04:50 +0000

Howdy --

CVS Win2k Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11 (client)
CVS Solaris Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11p1
  (the 'p1' is a homemade patch to let the Unix puppies type "cvs

With the recent DST clock change, all files on the client machines
are corn-fused about their initial status. CVS checks local filestat
time against CVS/Entries times before going to the server, right?
Since _every_ file is viewed as having a different timestamp as 
the entries file (although visual inspection would show otherwise)
so _every_ file is diffed against server. 
Add serveral dozen users, several dozen branches, and thousands of
files to that and we have is a dying server.

I found a thread about this from a year ago:
which indicates a fix was checked into 10.8, so I figure the fix is
in 11. Maybe not tho... Is there a more recent fix for this?

Robert Bresner

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