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Re: cvs [commit aborted]:

From: David Hoag
Subject: Re: cvs [commit aborted]:
Date: 14 Feb 2002 13:55:41 -0800

> But you also said, "many people use this CVS server".  Do the server
> processes you see come and go (which implies that they belong to other
> users) or do some of them stay around forever?

The processes are owned by my user id. Started when I initiate a cvs
update(or commit). They linger until I manually 'kill' them. The
traffic on the CVS server is not 'a lot' by most standards. About 5
people using it daily from various locations.  Sorry for the
> I'm confused -- originally you said the client was ending with
> "connection reset by peer" and "end of file from server" error messages,
> now it appears that you're saying the client is hanging.  Is this the
> same problem or a different one?  Broken connections and hung
> connections are usually not caused by the same things.

The original error is the only error I've received. But what is not
visible by the original post is the fact that the client doesn't die
immediately ( I would guess there's a timeout value triggering the
broken pipe). Again, I apologize if I confused the issue.

> The trace is unified -- some messages come from the client, others come
> from the server.

I've built the latest cvs from a ccvs checkout. I'll try again tonight
and report if I have any additional information.

Thanks again, 
- Dave

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