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-R option fails with pserver


From: Arthur de Jong
Subject: -R option fails with pserver
Date: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 20:02:13 +0200 (CEST)

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I have already metioned this to the Debian package maintainer [1] but got
no reply so I sent it here also.

The problem is that if you use the -R option for a pserver (which is
useful if you want to provide high performance read-only access) it
inserts a warning in the protocol stream.

I have created two possible solutions to this problem.

The first (patch-really_quiet_pserver_try2) sets the really_quiet flag for
all pserver operations (but not quiet so normal output is still printed).
This will probably also disable most other protocol mangling messages.

The second (patch-no_readonly_warning_for_pserver) disables only this
specific warning when the pserver command is used.

Both patches were to Debian version 1:1.12.9-3 but seem to apply to 1.12.9
proper.

I'm not subscribed to this list though so please keep me in CC.

ps. I couldn't find any mailinglist archives for this list, the archive
here [2] isn't updated

[1] http://bugs.debian.org/264019
[2] ftp://mail.gnu.org/bug-cvs/

- -- arthur - address@hidden - http://people.debian.org/~adejong --
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