CVS 1.10.5 and 1.10.6

CVS 1.10.5 and 1.10.6

Post by Gregory Whali » Wed, 16 Jun 1999 04:00:00



Have a couple of interesting problems I was wondering if anyone else may
have run into.

I upgraded to cvs 1.10.6 (Linux 2.2.9 server and client).  No longer able to
do cvs login (al other commands seem to work).  After prompting for the
password, the connection just seems to hang indefinitely.

So ... I downgraded to 1.10.5 and seems to be working fine in most cases.
However, from time to time, I see the following.

C:\work>cvs update
cannot change permissions on temporary directory
Operation not permitted

Anyone else seen something like this?  Just started when I went from 1.10.3
to 1.10.5

Greg

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CVS 1.10.5 and 1.10.6

Post by kevin.broa.. » Wed, 16 Jun 1999 04:00:00




Quote:> Have a couple of interesting problems I was wondering if anyone else
may
> have run into.

> I upgraded to cvs 1.10.6 (Linux 2.2.9 server and client).  No longer
able to
> do cvs login (al other commands seem to work).  After prompting for
the
> password, the connection just seems to hang indefinitely.

It's a known bug, fixed in src/server.c.  You can pull a patch against
the 1.10.6 version from CVSWEB at

http://www.cyclic.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb/ccvs/src/server.c?r1=1.218&r2=1.219

I only know this cos it bit me too!

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CVS 1.10.5 and 1.10.6

Post by Gregory Whali » Wed, 16 Jun 1999 04:00:00


Thanks!

Greg

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don't have much energy left for my Tae Boe classes;-(  --  Scott Bryant




> > Have a couple of interesting problems I was wondering if anyone else
> may
> > have run into.

> > I upgraded to cvs 1.10.6 (Linux 2.2.9 server and client).  No longer
> able to
> > do cvs login (al other commands seem to work).  After prompting for
> the
> > password, the connection just seems to hang indefinitely.

> It's a known bug, fixed in src/server.c.  You can pull a patch against
> the 1.10.6 version from CVSWEB at

> http://www.cyclic.com/cgi-bin/cvsweb/ccvs/src/server.c?r1=1.218&r2=1.219

> I only know this cos it bit me too!

> --
> Kevin

> Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
> Share what you know. Learn what you don't.

 
 
 

1. cvs server : cvs co -d ... not working (1.10.5 and 1.10.6)

With the ext method, using rsh, here's what happening :
With a local repository,
cvs co -d . dir
checks out the dir hierarchy in the current repository.

With the same repository accessed by remote shell
cvs co -d . dir
gives
cvs server: existing repository /repository does not match
/repository/dir
cvs server: ignoring module dir

Also, if I specify an absolute path to the -d option, it is ok with
local
repository and gives
cvs [server aborted]: absolute pathname `/users/fimatex/roth/tmp'
illegal
for server
with a remote repository.

The cvs version on the server is 1.10.6, is this bug known and fixed in
1.10.7 ? I also wonder if the client version matters while using rsh :
is it
the client that operates remotely on the repository, or the server that
executes remote orders from the client??

TIA

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