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Re: cvs pserver problems

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: cvs pserver problems
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2006 09:08:33 -0500
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Ashutosh Sharma wrote:
I have Win Tortoise client , and CVS Server is on Linux machine, If by chance i try to commint whole branch , will I be allowed for the same...,

If you have write permissions in the directories, on the server, that you want to commit to... Yes.

will i going to  crash the server....

It should not. If you are getting error messages at this point please copy and paste all of them for the command EXACTLY as you got them into a message to this group, it would help in figuring out what problem you are having.

If I do above..... will other user/or myself  can't checking in /out...

So after you try to commit, everyone starts getting, unknown to the mailing list, error messages???

I think you may be having problems with your user interface (aka Tortoise), and questions about it are better answered on it's mailing list. I would suggest first searching through their archive[1] and then subscribing to the tortoisecvs-users mailing list[2] and ask your questions there. Also you should probably take a look at their website[3] and FAQ[4].


-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Thu, 19 Jan 2006 09:16:22 -0500
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Subject: Re: cvs pserver problems

Ashu wrote:

can a cvs client on window crash the cvs server on linux machine,if yes
then what precaution we have to take care...

By what means?
What do you mean by crash?

I think the general answer is, if you can make it actually crash (i.e.,
receive signal 11, or otherwise core dump) the group would like to hear
how so
it can be fixed, that kind of thing is very unusual for cvs. For most
you get an error message for (like goman's question) the reason is a
misconfiguration of either the client or the server which is causing them
fail to communicate.

if you think the cvs server exiting with an error message is crashing,
1) you have a strange notion of a software crash.
2) the precaution you should take is to read the manual[1] and understand
error message[2].

Why did you quote goman, but ask a somewhat different question?
BTW the general answer to goman's question is in the FAQ[3] and
<SNIP goman's question>




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