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On Wed, 4 Dec 2002 16:47:45 +0100, Alberto Barbati <abarbati at ubisoft.it> wrote: >Hi, > >I'm using CVSNT build 62 and having hard time with the LockServer. >Apparently randomly, locks are not released. Chances increase if someone >performs a recursive operation that involve a large number of files. When it >happens, even the user who allegedly owns the lock is unable to perform any >operation. Usually, stopping and restarting the LockServer fixed the >problem, but it just now got worse... I am now getting the message > LockServer is designed to get around this, and will release locks immediately the server process dies. It's possible that the servers are taking a long time to clear the temporary directories after the connection has finished. This could happen if you had Temp on a slow or network drive, especially if you committed large numbers of files. We have 50+ developers commiting constantly and haven't had a stray lock since switching to LockServer. Tony