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Re: problems getting a lock

From: Martin Marques
Subject: Re: problems getting a lock
Date: Wed, 5 Jul 2006 18:21:12 -0300
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On Wed, 05 Jul 2006 15:10:03 -0500, Todd Denniston <address@hidden> wrote:
> are you sure martin is not doing anything in the repo?
> how old are the files, e.g.,
> cd /var/lib/cvs/siprebi/sql; ls -ltrh \#cvs*
> how long has the machine been up?
> are there any cvs processes up with the PIDs listed on the ends of the
> files,
> i.e.,
> ps aux |grep cvs

> If you are working in client server mode, something is killing the cvs
> server
> with extreme prejudice, like a 'kill -9' or the power being pulled.

I'm experiancing a new problem now. On a second workstation I'm trying to 
update the revisions commit from earlier, and I get the cvs killed with signal 

$ cvs up
? gestion.sql
cvs update: Updating .
Terminated with fatal signal 10

After that I can find a read lock in the sql directory, but why am I getting a 
kill -10?

> What version(s) of CVS are you using??

$ cvs --version
Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.12.13 (client/server)

Lic. Martín Marqués         |   SELECT 'mmarques' || 
Centro de Telemática        |       '@' || '';
Universidad Nacional        |   DBA, Programador, 
    del Litoral             |   Administrador

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