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Re: Question regarding pserver

From: ankush grover
Subject: Re: Question regarding pserver
Date: Wed, 4 Jan 2006 13:48:22 +0530

On 1/4/06, Norman Crisp <address@hidden> wrote:
I apologize in advance as I seem to remember reading something on this
matter several months ago but could not find the thread.

Is it possible to create a new cvs repository on the same Solaris file
server as an existing cvs repository using pserver?  Reason being that the
current file server is a secure, backed up, highly redundant server.  Also,
the new project will require changes to the CVSROOT files as well as have a
different set of users in the passwd file.

Our /etc/inetd.conf line looks something like this
cvspserver stream tcp nowait root /dir/cvs/bin/cvs cvs
--allow-root=/dir1/proj1 pserver

Our /etc/services looks something like
cvspserver      2401/tcp

Can I create (and will it work)
cvspserver2 stream tcp nowait root /dir/cvs/bin/cvs cvs
--allow-root=/dir2/proj2 pserver
cvspserver          2402/tcp

Anyone have experience with this?


 I am having about 15 repositories on my single linux server.You can just have to give

cvspserver stream tcp nowait root /dir/cvs/bin/cvs cvs --allow-root=/dir1/proj1  --allow-root=/dir2/proj2 pserver

Mr Baushke is right just follow that.



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