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Re: cvs [commit aborted]:

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: cvs [commit aborted]:
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2002 20:42:24 -0500 (EST)

David Hoag writes:
> The processes are owned by my user id. Started when I initiate a cvs
> update(or commit). They linger until I manually 'kill' them.

Manually killing a server process will cause a "connection reset" error
at the client.  If you don't kill the server process, do you still get
the client error and, if so, is the server process still running
afterwards or has it died?

> 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 only timeout in CVS is that the server uses TCP/IP Keep-Alive to
detect clients that disappear without properly closing their
connections, but that usually takes hours to kick in.

-Larry Jones

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