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Re: CVS repository corruption

From: Donald Sharp
Subject: Re: CVS repository corruption
Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2001 12:53:19 -0500
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As I mentioned in private email.  I would recommend moving away
from using nfs to mount the repository so you could do work.  
Set it up in pserver mode( or rsh, or ssh ) and give it a try...

If you don't want to go that route, You might want to check and see 
if aix has any nfs patches to install.  Somewhere in the back of
my mind I seem to recall nfs incompatibilities between linux and aix
that were solved by aix patches.


On Tue, Jan 02, 2001 at 12:28:34PM -0500, Fran Fabrizio wrote:
> Hello,
> We recently have seen some weird behavior from our CVS (v. 1.11)
> repository.  Here are the symptoms we are observing with our repository:
> * Upon doing a checkout, some lines in our source files will be
> truncated or have strange characters like '@' inserted or appended. One
> example of what is happening repeatedly:
> Before commit:
> SessionDocument sessiond = new SessionDocument();
> After commit and immediate checkout:
> SessionDocument sessiond = new SessionDocu
> It truncates it at the same place every time, and in this same source
> file, it also inserts a '@' character in the same place every time.
> * Upon trying 'cvs log' we'll get errors like "cvs [log aborted]: space
> expected in /net/code/projects/mmrd/WEB-INF/source/,v" or "cvs
> [log aborted]: newline expected in .....".
> The only thing unusual about our CVS install is that our repository is
> on an AIX v4 box while all development takes place on linux.  The
> repository is reached via a mounted directory.
> Any ideas at all?  We're all at our wits end over this one.
> Thanks,
> Fran
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