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Re: Check out fails

From: Todd Denniston
Subject: Re: Check out fails
Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 17:28:41 -0500

"Rancier, Jeff" wrote:
> Responses below ...
> | "Rancier, Jeff" wrote:
> | >
> | > OK.  I took your advice and created the repository on
> | Solaris 8.  Every
> | > seemed to go smoothly.  When I attempt to import some, I
> | get the following:
> | >
> | Assumption 1) all commands you are executing are being
> | executed on the SUN
> | machine, not in cygwin.
> Yes.
> Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.11.19 (client/server)
> It seems like it's just the import command.  I got around it by creating the
> directory structure in $CVSROOT, then check it out, copy all my files to it,
> and add/ci all the file.  Thanks for the help Todd.  I replied in case
> someone wanted to pursue this further.
Jeff, would you be up for executing the following and reporting back the
results if it dies?
If it does not maybe mod your inetd to allowroot=/tmp/test/rep/ and replace
the :fork: with :pserver: .  

Or are you just happy with the way things are working now? :)
I don't see any problems under 
FedoraCore3 with (CVS) 1.11.17 nor under 
Solaris 2.6 with
 Client:(CVS) 1.11.9
 Server:(CVS) 1.11.11
with both :fork: and :pserver:

note: script is the script command that will record your input and the
command outputs to the file listed just after the call to script.

script SeeCVS1.11.19_die_onSUNfork.txt

 export PS1=$
 cd /tmp
 mkdir test/rep -p
 mkdir test/work -p
 cd test
 export CVSROOT=:fork:/tmp/test/rep/
 #pserver needs cvs login, 
 #edit your password out of report
 cvs init
 mkdir indat
 cd indat
 date >f1;date >f2;date >f3
 cvs import -m "Imported sources" source test start
 cvs version
 rm /tmp/test/rep/source/ -fr
 mkdir d1/d2/d3 -p
 date >d1/fd1
 date >d1/d2/fd2
 date >d1/d2/d3/fd3
 cvs import -m "Imported sources" source test start
 rm /tmp/test/rep/source/ -fr
 rm f*
 cvs import -m "Imported sources" source test start

cat SeeCVS1.11.19_die_onSUNfork.txt | tr -d "\r" >tmpfile
mv tmpfile SeeCVS1.11.19_die_onSUNfork.txt
Todd Denniston
Crane Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC Crane) 
Harnessing the Power of Technology for the Warfighter

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