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Problem with large file checkout


From: Villalovos, John L
Subject: Problem with large file checkout
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 14:09:47 -0700

Client & Server System:
        Red Hat 7.1
        cvs-1.11-3.i386.rpm (from RH 7.1)

I have a tar ball that is around 83 Megabytes in size.

When checking out locally via CVS everything works fine.

When attempting to check it out via CVS via either a pserver or ext (using
ssh) method I consistently get the following error:

# cvs co jails
cvs server: Updating jails
cvs [checkout aborted]: writing jails/rh-71.tar.gz: No such file or
directory

Left over will be a file called jails/.new.rh-71.tar.gz that is around 2MB
in size.

I also did a:

# cvs -t co jails
cvs checkout: notice: main loop with
CVSROOT=:pserver:address@hidden:/home/cvs
S-> do_module (jails, Updating, , )
 -> rename(CVS/Entries.Backup,CVS/Entries)
 -> unlink(CVS/Entries.Log)
 -> rename(CVS/Entries.Backup,CVS/Entries)
 -> unlink(CVS/Entries.Log)
? jails/.new.rh-71.tar
S-> do_module (jails, Updating, , )
S-> fopen(/home/cvs/CVSROOT/history,a)
S-> unlink(./CVS/Entries.Static)
 -> unlink(CVS/Entries.Static)
cvs server: Updating jails
S-> checkout (/home/cvs/jails/rh-71.tar.gz,v, 1.1, -kb, (function))
S-> server_register(rh-71.tar.gz, 1.1, , -kb, , , )
S-> Register(rh-71.tar.gz, 1.1, , -kb,  )
cvs [checkout aborted]: writing jails/rh-71.tar.gz: No such file or
directory


Some people are able to check out this file while other people are not able
to.

Is this a known issue?

Thanks for any info.  Also if there is a better mailing list to send this to
please let me know.

John

John Villalovos
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