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RE: About the cvs update error

From: Zhang, Jian-He
Subject: RE: About the cvs update error
Date: Wed, 27 Apr 2005 14:13:02 +0800

Thank you for your reply.

First I think it also a hardware problem.

But the other person checkout the same module and execute the same
command there is no error prompt.

On opposition , I grant the guog user checkout other module also there
is the same error.

In a word, there is a problem with the user.

But I view the passwd file,the configuration file the same as other user

zhangjh:XXXXXXXXXXXXX:7110:203:User information ,telephone
guog:XXXXXXXXXXXXX:7111:203:User information ,telephone

Actually the /user/guog and /user/zhangjh both didn't exist.

I descript the configuration can you give me some suggestion.

-----Original Message-----
From: Larry Jones [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Wednesday, April 27, 2005 2:03 PM
To: Zhang, Jian-He (David,TSG-GDCC-SH)
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: About the cvs update error

Zhang, Jian-He writes:
> cvs update -P -C "Headcount - 2H 05.xls" (in directory
> C:\MyHouse\cvshome\Test\)
> cvs server: cannot open /user/guog/.cvsignore: I/O error

Usually I/O errors imply a hardware problem of some sort.  If that's an
NFS-mounted directory, you might have a network problem or a problem
with the NFS server.  If not, you probably have a disk that's going bad.

-Larry Jones

Mom must've put my cape in the wrong drawer. -- Calvin

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