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RE: CVS Core on AIX

From: Arthur Barrett
Subject: RE: CVS Core on AIX
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2005 14:15:07 +1100

You seem to have forgotten to include a trace. 
Without the trace we can't see important information such as the CVSROOT that you are using, protocol etc.  Does the same command (using exactly the same CVSROOT, including protocol and network address) work ok on the server?  If you are using SSH ensure that the CVS_SERVER variable is set correctly on the client.
2.0.51d is getting pretty old now - but should never cause a crash on the server.
-----Original Message-----
From: Derek Nerenberg [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: 17 November 2005 00:15
To: Arthur Barrett; address@hidden
Subject: RE: CVS Core on AIX

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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