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Re: cvs history sends incorrect data


From: cvs
Subject: Re: cvs history sends incorrect data
Date: Tue, 10 Aug 2004 16:46:41 +0200
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See this thread for all the gory details and possible work-arounds:

        <http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-cvs/2002-07/msg00084.html>


I've read the whole thread, but I could not see a reason why it does not work in my case. If I understood correctly, the reason was (in the thread), that the stderr output of the SSH client is not read by the client-side CVS client.

But SmartCVS runs here on a Windows machine (no Unix file descriptors), the SSH client is a Java application, the CVS client is a Java application and the CVS client reads all data from the stderr channel.

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Best regards,
Thomas Singer
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Larry Jones wrote:
Thomas Singer writes:

But much more weird it is, that this problem only seems to occur, when I use SSH to communicate with the server. With local access this problem does not happen. But it could not be a problem with the SSH client or server, because everything else works fine and the 'ok' reponse also is sent correctly.


Ah, that rings a bell.  There's a problem where SSH puts some of its
file descriptors into non-blocking mode, which CVS doesn't expect.  If
CVS then writes data faster than the receiver reads it, stuff gets lost.
See this thread for all the gory details and possible work-arounds:

        <http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-cvs/2002-07/msg00084.html>

-Larry Jones

What a waste to be going to school on a morning like this. -- Calvin


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