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Re: inetd.conf problem

From: Joi Ellis
Subject: Re: inetd.conf problem
Date: Thu, 11 Apr 2002 08:02:38 -0500 (CDT)

On Thu, 11 Apr 2002, Iqbal Shaikh wrote:

> Hi All,
> We  had  implemented a cvs  server on linux  6.2.
> We then faced the problem of  cvs repository  entries  limitation
> in the  inetd.conf file.
> We have intentions of  having our cvs server installed on the Sun
> Solaris Machine.
> We have got  solaris 2.7 running on this machine.
> Just  want to know , if there will be similar limitations on inetd.conf
> file
> on solaris2.7
> If there is then what could be the solution.

Write a shell script to launch your cvs pserver command with all of  your
repositories, then call that shell script from inetd.conf instead of 
cvs pserver directly.

That's how I did it on one of my RH 6.2 boxes.
Joi Ellis                    Software Engineer
Aravox Technologies          address@hidden, address@hidden

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