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Re: W2K cvs clients hanging or failing on updates, commits, imports,..
Kai Peter Ford
Re: W2K cvs clients hanging or failing on updates, commits, imports,...
Tue, 12 Nov 2002 07:39:22 -0800
At 06:28 AM 11/12/2002, you wrote:
I've seen problems like this due to network card problems.
Do/does the system(s) in question exhibit any problem when moving multiple
files via other means, for example an FTP MGET * operation or SMB multiple
file copy operation?
I'm not using SMB between the W2K and repository system, but I haven't
noticed any problem using SMB between the W2K and the other Linux Samba
However, an scp of a single large (~16MB) file from the W2K system
to the repository system exhibits slow and sporadic throughput of
~0-100 Kbps. The same operation to a different Linux system
completed normally with > 1Mbps consistent throughput. Could there
be some sort of incompatibility between the NIC's on the W2K and
repository Linux system?
I don't remember off hand what NIC's I'm using in these 2 system, but
probably 3COM 905B and/or Adaptec 6911A (tulip) cards.
Does it make a difference if the machines are on a 10 or 100 Mhz leg of the
All the machines are connected by a single 10Mbs hub.
Regards, Mike Klinke
On Tuesday 12 November 2002 00:38, Kai Peter Ford wrote:
> I am stumped on a problem I am having with W2K cvs clients hanging or
> failing with IO or time out errors when more than a few files are
> involved. I'm hoping that someone more experienced with W2K/cvs issues
> than I might be able to point me in the right direction. The symptoms
> suggest a problem with my W2K system or LAN, not the cvs server or clients.
> The repository is located on a Linux RH7.3 system running cvs 1.11.1p1, on
> the same LAN as the problematic W2K system. Connection is with pserver. I
> have no problem with cvs clients on any of my Linux systems on the same
> LAN, and other remotely located members of my team have no problems with
> cvs clients on their W2K systems. Check-outs work fine on my W2K system,
> but when I try and do an update, check-in, import, tag, etc. of more than a
> few files, the transaction fails most of the time. Depending on the
> client, the transaction either hangs or fails with a time out or IO error
> of some kind. I've tried the command line cvs client, WinCVS, JCVS,
> SmartCVS, and various IDE's (eclipse, jbuilder, emacs) - they all exhibit
> similar behavior.
> Does anyone have any idea of what could be wrong with my W2K system to
> cause this sort of behavior, or how I could go about diagnosing the
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