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Re: JIRA / CVS Configuration : Query
Mark D. Baushke
Re: JIRA / CVS Configuration : Query
Fri, 20 May 2011 22:45:00 -0700
Bappunta Mijildas <address@hidden> writes:
> I am a JIRA Developer working for Symphony Services. I have two query
> which is confusing for me.
Note: Your email was incorrectly directed. You should be asking
address@hidden as you are NOT reporting a BUG in the CVS code base.
You should also take care that your message does NOT have unenforceable
provisions at the end of it. Postings such as yours advertise that your
chief legal counsel and your IT manager are not ready to work with the
open source community....
> 1. I have JIRA 4.1.1 installed and trying to configure CVS Module.
Okay. I have not used JIRA with CVS, so I am not really able to answer
JIRA questions. You may wish to contact a JIRA mailing list for this
> 2. After giving all valid parameter, the AddModule takes hours and
That would seem to be excessive amount of time to me. I would expect
that the connection would time out before it takes that long.
> 3. Checked the server with cvs ver and found the server version as
Well, cvs 1.11 is very old and very very buggy. I recommend using cvs
1.12.23 if possible.
> 4. As per the document JIRA 4.1.1 CVS version supports 1.11.19 and
> above hence the failure happens
Okay. JIRA says you need at least cvs 1.11.19 and you only have 1.11 and
it has a problem. This does not seem to be a surprise to me.
> After considering these assumption I am still not clear with
> 1. What does cvs log and cvs rlog do ?(basically the difference) b'coz
> the JIRA CVS configuration on the back end try to execute cvs rlog
> which fails as the CVS server version is 1.11 and not 1.11.19 or
After you checkout files from a CVS repository, there exists local
meta-data in the form of CVS subdirectories which contain state
information. The 'cvs log' command will consider that state data when
printing results. The 'cvs rlog' command will issue the command from the
client to the server and does NOT need to have a checked out copy of a
module in the current local directory. That is, it will perform a
'remote' log command (hence the rlog name).
> 2. What is the difference between cvs ver and cvs -version ? (both
> give two different information
The 'cvs --version' command will print information on the 'cvs'
executable on your local host machine.
The 'cvs version' command will query both the client and the server if
the CVSROOT is not on the local machine and provide the response for
both client and server separately. If the CVSROOT is specified as a
:local: or just points to a directory hierarchy, only the client version
information is printed.
> 3. How do I check the CVS server Version ?
If your server is on a host called 'hostname' and the repository itself
is in the /path/to/repository directory, then the command:
cvs -d :ext:hostname:/path/to/repository version
is probably what you want.
> It would be great to get some concrete answers.
> Thanks in Advance
> B P Mijil Das | Technical Lead - Product Development | 080-3027 2433
> bappunta.mijildas@ symphonysv.com<mailto:address@hidden>
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