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Mark D. Baushke
Sun, 04 Apr 2004 23:35:54 -0700
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Gurpreet Singh (SCM) <address@hidden> writes:
> The following error is being received while getting a codebase :
> cvs [checkout aborted]: cannot rename file CVS/Entries.Backup to CVS/Entries:
> Permission denied
This error indicates a problem in the rename_file() function to move the
temporary copy of CVS/Entries.Backup into the CVS/Entries official
location. This is possibly related to the permissions of the CVS directory
in your checked out tree.
> While going thru the NEWS of CVS 1.11.14,
> Stable CVS 1.11.14 has been released. Stable releases contain only bug fixes
> from previous versions of CVS. This release fixes several client & server
> bugs, including a problem where release of a subdirectory could cause
> corruption of the CVS/Entries file and some memory leak plugs. We recommend
> this upgrade for all CVS clients & servers!
The rename error is not the same as the corruption of the CVS/Entries
file you are experiencing.
> I am having CVS 1.11.11, can an upgrade to cvs 1.11.14 check this error.
Upgrading to the latest cvs stable release from 1.11.11 should be safe
and is in fact recommended, but will probably not directly address your
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