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Example of invoking "cvs pserver" from shell script

From: Kyle Adams
Subject: Example of invoking "cvs pserver" from shell script
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 07:07:34 -0800 (PST)

>From the Cederqvist, section "Setting up the server for
password authentication":

"Unfortunately, many versions of inetd have very small limits on the
number of arguments and/or the total length of the command. The usual
solution to this problem is to have inetd run a shell script which then
invokes CVS with the necessary arguments."

Which is exactly the problem I find myself in - the addition of our
sixth repository puts the command over the limit for our version of
inetd.  I was wondering if there were any examples anywhere of the
solution given in the manual.

Finally, are there any limitations on the number of repositories that
can be run from one CVS server?


Kyle Adams
Java Developer
Gordon Food Service

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