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"Tony Hoyle" <tmh at nothing-on.tv> schrieb im Newsbeitrag news:ajei2g$ra$1 at sisko.nothing-on.tv > > One other question: is there some documentation about the linux > > cvsnt config files? > > Basically in the /etc/inetd.conf you use 'cvs authserver' rather than > 'cvs pserver', otherwise configuration is identical (I'm working on > putting some settings in /etc/cvsnt but that isn't implemented in this > release). OK. > > Maybe an rpm guru can have an eye on this package to review it. > > A proper .spec file would allow me to build a proper RPM, but since I > can't actually test it it'll have to be someone else that does it. With the help of Boyd Meier I could install his version of the i686 RPM package. He already created a working version of the .spec file for this package. But one problem is still around. | But trying to run the client failed, because it couldn't | connect to a server. I tried connected via pserver to a CVSNT | server running under Windows NT and also under Linux. In both | case the client just sat there and was waiting for a response. | After re-installing the cvs-1.11.1.p1 package everything is | fine again. I evaluated this a little bit more. And what happens is, that the CVSNT client needs several seconds to complete a command. Thereby it doesn't matter if I connect to a remote or the local CVSNT server. [stegeman at igs-srv2 ~]$ setenv [...] CVSROOT=:pserver:stegeman at localhost:/devel/cvsroot [stegeman at igs-srv2 ~]$ cvs login Logging in to :pserver:stegeman at localhost:2401/devel/cvsroot CVS password: [stegeman at igs-srv2 ~]$ cvs ve Client: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 188.8.131.52 (Build 57g) (client/server) Server: Concurrent Versions System (CVSNT) 184.108.40.206 (Build 57g) (client/server) [stegeman at igs-srv2 ~]$ Just a simple version command needs about 15 seconds. And the CPU idle time is about 97 %. And there seems to be not network problem, since other things run fine. And if I connect from a remote client, e.g. from a windows client, to this linux box cvs commands are completed instantly. So the server part is not causing the delays. Any ideas what's happening here? Maybe a DNS reverse lookup problem? -- Gerhard Stegemann