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upgrading repository from 1.10.8+ to 1.11, solaris to linux RedHa t 7.0,
upgrading repository from 1.10.8+ to 1.11, solaris to linux RedHa t 7.0, edit: too many open files ?
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 16:42:01 -0800
I currently have a big repository running in pserver mode (all as one user
to avoid users modifying directly the files).
I'm using cvs-1.10.8 with the edit -c patch
to enable reserved editing.
cvs is running through inetd in pserver mode.
files of the repository are accessed through NFS.
Sometimes, I get the error message:
edit: too many open files (when we try to do a cvs edit on a lot of files:
(cvs commit is able to commit those 22500 files.)
Do you know how to correct that problem ?
I was thinking of upgrading my repository to cvs 1.11.
I was not unable to see through the mailing list, or on cvshome.org
if the edit -c patch was part of cvs 1.11.
Is the reserved edit (edit -c) part of 1.11 ?
What are the benefits of 1.11 over 1.10.8 for a :pserver-only ?
Should I upgrade my solaris 2.7 to cvs 1.11 ?
When reading NEWS, I did not find any new feature worth the move...
I was also thinking of moving the :pserver: to a Linux RedHat 7.0 machine.
Would everything be smooth ?
Has anybody compiled cvs-1.10.8 with the edit -c patch on windows ?
(or cvs 1.11 with the edit -c patch ?)
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