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RE: WinCVS and MacCVS Logins

From: Brad Pfautsch
Subject: RE: WinCVS and MacCVS Logins
Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2001 08:54:09 -0500

Yes, using TCP compression, set to 5.  No load on the server, haven't put it 
into production use yet and connection is over LAN at 100 Mbits.  It is really 
strange.  It seems to be erratic.  For instance, this morning I logged in and 
it took a minute and a half.  I restarted the Linux server and login was 
instantaneous.  I moved to another machine with same version of WinCVS (version 
1.2).  Login took almost 2 minutes, restarted that machine, login took 10 
seconds.  Usually when logins take longer, so do other commands.  Sometimes 
logins and other commands are faster after the first slow login.

CVS version: 1.10.7-7
Linux: Debian 2.2 r2

-----Original Message-----
From: David Fuller [mailto:address@hidden
Sent: Thursday, April 19, 2001 8:31 AM
To: Brad Pfautsch
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: WinCVS and MacCVS Logins

My first two ideas: 
1) slow connection/heavy load server?
2) Are you using TCP compression?

-- David F.

Brad Pfautsch wrote:
> Logins take upwards of two minutes to receive the "*****CVS exited normally 
> with code 0*****" message.  Any idea's why/how to fix?
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