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Re: pserver - getting down

From: Larry Jones
Subject: Re: pserver - getting down
Date: Tue, 27 Feb 2001 11:14:05 -0500 (EST)

Kudiyarasan writes:
> 1 . <cvs rdiff> uses <diff -c> by default . But how to get <diff>
> simply  without -c option .

rdiff is intended for making patches.  The normal diff format is not
suitable for patches, so it is not available (neither are most diff

> 2.  When I use  <cvs log> or  <cvs diff>  for  a module having nearly
> 1000 files , pserver is getting down .
> Message is shown like the following  at the middle
>       cvs [log aborted]: connect to nms-build:2401 failed: Connection
> refused

        If you can connect successfully for a while but then can't,
        you've probably hit inetd's rate limit. (If inetd receives too
        many requests for the same service in a short period of time, it
        assumes that something is wrong and temporarily disables the
        service.) Check your inetd documentation to find out how to
        adjust the rate limit (some versions of inetd have a single rate
        limit, others allow you to set the limit for each service

-Larry Jones

Wow, how existential can you get? -- Hobbes

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