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Re: No CVS working, despite of SSH connection

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: No CVS working, despite of SSH connection
Date: Tue, 14 Nov 2006 09:40:47 -0500 (EST)

schnumsel writes:
> > mount
> /ram/union on / type unionfs (rw,dirs=/ram/changes=rw:/=ro)
> (...)
> /dev/sda2 on /tmp type ext2 (rw)
> ascc-fsP:/vol/vol_home on /home type nfs (rw,sync,addr=
> ascc-fsP:/vol/vol_data/www on /srv/www type nfs
> (rw,sync,addr=

Ok, there are a couple of "interesting" things in that environment that
could be causing the problem: the union mount and the NFS mounts.  Based
on the error you're getting, I believe that the problem is on the client
side rather than the server side -- it looks like the client can't get
the path to the directory where you're running it, which I'm guessing is
somewhere under your NFS-mounted home directory.  It looks like you
tried running "cvs version" in /tmp and still got the save error, which
would point to the union mount as the source of the problem.

> since we use the rpm version of cvs i do not have any idea how to
> debug. could you give us a hint?

You (or someone) would have to download the source and build it.

-Larry Jones

At times like these, all Mom can think of is how long she was in
labor with me. -- Calvin

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