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Re: Core dump

From: Mark D. Baushke
Subject: Re: Core dump
Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 00:44:08 -0700

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Thomson, Alisa <address@hidden> writes:

> I have cvs installed on Solaris and have been using it with relatively
> few problems (just some directory renaming weirdisms) for about 8
> months.  It is still working fine on existing projects, but I am trying
> to create a new project and get a core dump on cvs import.  Any ideas
> what could be affecting just the import?

What version of cvs? Did you get a backtrace of the core dump? Was there
any assertion error message printed as the output?

Did you use 'cvs import -I ! module/path vendor vendortag' and also
happen to have a 'CVS' directory in the import list? If so, you might
want to use 'cvs import -I ! -I CVS module/path vendor vendortag'

Note that adding a new project need not be done via a 'cvs import'
command, you may also use something like

  cvs checkout -d top .
  cd top
  mkdir new-module-name
  cvs add new-module-name
  : and then add more files as you wish and commit them as normal

> Thanks in advance.
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