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Re: Abandoned CVS server processes

From: David Fuller
Subject: Re: Abandoned CVS server processes
Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 13:19:13 +0000 (GMT)

I just had the same issue happen to me.  I'm setting up a cvs pserver on
a Sun Sparc Ultra-4.  Most of our development is done in local mode, so we
usually don't have any problems.  We're now trying out pserver mode
(secure network) and we're getting these hanging processes.  CVS version
1.11.1p1.  Would you suggest the latest and greatest development version?

-- David F.

On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Larry Jones wrote:

> Dan Peterson writes:
> > 
> >   2. Two processes; the first has a parent of "inet" and it's child seems
> > to be spinning and using lots of CPU (after about 34 hours one process has
> > used about 24 hours of CPU).  The sockets associated with the first
> > process are in an IDLE state.
> That would indicate a bug in CVS.
> > I attached to each of the processes in this state with gdb and determined
> > they were spinning in a tight loop inside rcs.c:translate_symtag().
> This is a bug that I just recently fixed -- translate_symtag would go
> into an infinite loop if the tag was "".
> -Larry Jones
> My life needs a rewind/erase button. -- Calvin
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