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RE: CVS Core on AIX

From: Derek Nerenberg
Subject: RE: CVS Core on AIX
Date: Wed, 16 Nov 2005 17:15:10 -0700

I just downloaded the client which is the 2.0.51d version.  When I try to login using command line options without JDeveloper even started, it cores out on the CVS server.  I suspect there are problems with the versions.  I’d like to download the correct client for a repository that’s 1.11.5 version, but can’t seem to figure out how / where to get the correct client.  Any assistance would be greatly appreciated





From: Arthur Barrett [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Wednesday, November 16, 2005 3:35 PM
To: Derek Nerenberg; address@hidden
Subject: RE: CVS Core on AIX




If you think the problem is related to/caused by the CVSNT client then you should address the question to the CVSNT newsgroup:

The first step in debugging what is going on is to get a trace:


Try and rule out the JDeveloper GUI by using the command line for your tests instead, and give a specific example of something that causes a crash (ie: "everything" is not specific - does "cvs version" cause the crash? What about "cvs login"? etc


For info on how to debug AIX core files you should probably ask either the GCC or AIX newsgroups...






-----Original Message-----
From: address@hidden [mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of Derek Nerenberg
Sent: 16 November 2005 16:52
To: address@hidden
Subject: CVS Core on AIX



I’m having a problem using the newest version of CVSNT client (via JDeveloper).  Everything I do through the JDeveloper GUI will generate core files in /tmp.  CVS 1.11.5 is running on AIX 5.


I do not have admin privileges on the CVS repository, but am tasked with figuring this out.  Can someone give me some instructions on using the debugger so I can interpret the cores for you?


Kind Regards,




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