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Seems a reasonable hardware setup to me. The cvsnt server isn't very new (and newer ones could indeed fix the problem) but it's the version we're using at my workplace since "ever", with no problems AFAIK. I'm not sure however whether we have files with 2 hundred revisions already... So... we'll need more information on the problem, if you'd prefer to not upgrade. 1) If the problem is reproducible, what are the steps to reproduce it? 2) Else, what operation triggers the problem? How often does it occur? Does the server often hit low memory situation? (How many users access this server and the cvs server?) How many users access these specific uses files and how frequently? 3) Does the server have have a swapfile set up? 4) Should you really have that much revisions in these files or can/should you fix your process? ;-) Regards, Flávio > >Server operating system? > > Microsoft Windows Server 2003 > Enterprise Edition > > >Server CVSNT version (including the build number!)? > > CVSNT 2.5.02 (Servalan) Build 2115 > > >Server data (RAM size, HDD size, CPU speed)? > > Xeon (TM) CPU 3.40 GHz > > 3.40 GHz > > 3.37 GB of RAM > > HDD size: 2 partitions, one with 263 Gigas (236 free) and the other > with 10 GB (2'10 free) > > >Repository RCS file size for the problem files? > > >Number of revisions in the affected files? > > We have had the same problem with two files > > CM0600 - AP458.R1.AP01.Picklist Technical Design.xls,v 445.146KB > > Numero de revisiones > > Total revisions : 202 > > Integration_ARCHIVE.sif,v 141.061KB > > Numero de revisiones > > Total revisions : 197 > > Many thanks for your help, > > MA