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> > Try to take CVS out of the loop - use something like FTP to transfer > known files across between the server and client and see if they are > corrupted (md5sum will come in handy here). Large files are preferred > as they increase the likelyhood of errors manifesting. > > If you find a problem then you can start swapping hardware around. > > The other thing that could cause it would be hard drive failure, but > I'd expect that to affect your entire system not just cvs. > > Tony Well, I've been using this hardware for some time now, without any problem at all... Regarding the network or the drives I mean. I've transfering files in and out and never had to face any corruption issue. But since my problem seems to be unique, I guess it IS really something on my side :( It looks like a memory problem with cvsnt to me... and with that, it could work like a charm until some weird config mess it up. I'm really stuck. I don't know what to do :(( Arnaud