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> > Could I get some more detail on this possibility? Is turning it off the > > only way to prevent this from occurring, or is it possible to leave > > Filesystem Realtime Protection (FRP) on, but exclude the location of the > > CVS Repository from the FRP's "protection"? > > > It breaks the filesystem. What seems to be happening is what gets written > to the temp files that cvs uses is different to what is read back. This is > fatal... if it was doing something like deleting the files you'd just get > an error, but Norton is return 'ok' then returning junk. > > You end up with a repository where the diffs end up as diffs based on the > wrong data (usually an empty file) which is pretty irretrevable. Ok. So what about the second part of the question: Would selectively disabling FRP only for the repository/sandbox/tempdir/lockdir help? Also, is this more of an issue on the client (~sandbox) or the server (~repository) or both? Cheers, Oliver ----------------------- JID: ogiesen at jabber.org ICQ: 18777742 (http://wwp.icq.com/18777742)