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Problem creating new repository

From: Brice Oliver
Subject: Problem creating new repository
Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 12:48:37 -0500

I have CVS 1.11.1p1 (client/server) (packaged with Red Hat Linux Advanced
Server release 2.1AS (Derry) Kernel 2.4.9-e.35enterprise on an i686)
installed and working on one of our Linux servers, and I am unable to create
a second repository.

The first repository works perfectly, and there are no problems with it.
However we are wanting to create a second repository on the same server so
that we can do some testing.  I ran "cvs init" on the second directory, and
it did not generate any errors.  I try to log into the second repository,
and I get the error: "/work3/testcvs: no such repository".

If I look in that directory, the CVSROOT folder is there with all of the
appropriate files and it looks correct, however I cannot log into it.  I am
able to log into the first repository without a problem, it is only the
second one that is a problem.

I have opened up all of the permissions on all of the files in that
directory, and still it does not work.  Is there anything else that I can
try?  Is this a known bug in this version of CVS?

Brice Oliver

Systems Analyst, Infrastructure
Product Development
Ontario Systems
Tel 765.751.7000
Fax 765.751.7199

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