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Re: Incorrect, repeatable, unremovable "in the way" errors


From: John Nagle
Subject: Re: Incorrect, repeatable, unremovable "in the way" errors
Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2003 00:11:14 -0800
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                                John Nagle
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Mark D. Baushke wrote:
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John Nagle <address@hidden> writes:


   Actually, I was a bit incorrect here.  The problem does seem
to go away if the sandbox is replaced.

   But the problem is induced by an incorrect timestamp on
a commit from one client, and affects other clients via the
server.  It's apparently possible to check in with a timestamp
in the future from the server's perspective, which causes
problems.  A clock inconsistency check on commit would prevent
this problem.


The timestamp should be the time on the server if you are using :ext: or
:pserver:, I would expect only :local: over NFS or SAMBA to pay
attention to the client's time unless something like the '-d' switch is
used on a cvs import.

If you have a consistent method to reproduce the problem, please give a
step-by-step set of commands to do it.

If you have a patch for your problem, feel free to submit it.

        Thanks,
        -- Mark
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