|Subject:||RE: Assert Failure: cvs: lock.c:173: lock_name: Assertion `strncm p (r|
|Date:||Thu, 7 Jun 2001 13:14:19 -0700|
Thanks - I suspected it was something like this, but wasn't sure.
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Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2001 11:40 AM
To: Nesbitt, Steve
Subject: Re: Assert Failure: cvs: lock.c:173: lock_name: Assertion
Nesbitt, Steve writes:
> cvs: lock.c:173: lock_name: Assertion `strncmp (repository,
> CVSroot_directory, strlen (CVSroot_directory)) == 0' failed.
> Terminated with fatal signal 6
> This command was working last week. The only known change is that the
> repository was copied to another disk yesterday because of disk space
And that's the cause of the problem. CVS doesn't like it when CVSROOT
is a symlink rather than a real directory. You may be able to use some
kind of "loopback" mount rather than a symlink. If not, you'll have to
change everyone's CVSROOT or live with the things that don't work.
See, it all makes sense. See? See?? They never see. -- Calvin
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