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RE: Networked file system permission


From: Stanton, Curt (NCI/IMS)
Subject: RE: Networked file system permission
Date: Wed, 3 Oct 2001 12:13:33 -0400

> I have finally figure out what is going on.  Maybe someone can tell me why
> they did this.
> The version 1.11.1.1 Beta 4 create temp files in the root directory of the
> drive the current working directory is in.  This is a problem seeing as
> you don't always have permission to write to that.  Why isn't it writeing
> those to the directory stored by TEMP or TMP or TMPDIR?
> 
>       -----Original Message-----
>       From:   Stanton, Curt (NCI/IMS) 
>       Sent:   Wednesday, October 03, 2001 7:53 AM
>       To:     'address@hidden'
>       Subject:        Networked file system permission
> 
>       here is the error I get when I try to commit a change.
> 
>       cvs.exe [commit aborted]: cannot create temporary file ¬ĚLI:
> Permission
>       denied
> 
>       My question is where does cvs try to create the temp file.  I
> believe that I
>       am in a group that has permission to write to the project directory
> in the
>       module.  is there someplace else that I need to have permissions
> for?
>       Thanks in advance for any help you can give me
> 
>       -that was a message I sent out before.
> 
>               I figured out that the problem is when I try to have a
> working
>       directory on a networked file system.  My question remains, where is
> it
>       trying to make a temp file.  I am running WinNT 4.0  I have all the
>       variables TMP, TEMP, and TMPDIR set to C:\TEMP.  I am using WinCVS
> and I
>       have also tried this from the command prompt with a local executable
> of CVS.
>       Shouldn't it be trying to create the temp file on the hard drive?
> It seems
>       like it is trying to make the temp file on the networked drive,
> which, I am
>       not sure what the case is, but I believe either doesn't have the
> TEMP
>       variable( or which ever one it may be looking for) set, or it
> doesn't have
>       write access to the temp directory on that file system.  Anyone have
> any
>       ideas?
>       Thanks again.
> 
>       -Curt Stanton
> 
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